[White Paper] Closing data visibility gaps in your complex, distributed environment

Lack of data visibility poses serious risks to data security, governance, and compliance. The only way to adequately protect sensitive data is to know where it is and who is accessing it. Organizations that take these necessary steps to meet the inevitable data visibility challenge are better placed to secure their most sensitive data assets against leaks, breaches, and cyberattacks.
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Attaining comprehensive data visibility is mission-critical if organizations want to secure their most sensitive data, consistently apply data governance policies, and comply with regulations. Several factors combine to hamper data visibility in today’s IT landscape:

  1. Large volumes of data move across systems with high speed and frequency.
  2. Data gets stored in disparate locations across a distributed environment and in many different formats.
  3. There are many different data sources, and sensitive data is often duplicated across different sources.
  4. Regulatory oversight pertaining to specific types of data can confuse organizations about what controls to put in place and in what context.

Download the whitepaper to find out:

  • Why data visibility is getting harder?
  • The risks of insufficient data visibility
  • 4 steps to close your data visibility gaps.
  • What to look for in a comprehensive data visibility solution


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