Keys to addressing the data privacy mandate

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Enterprises worldwide are spending approximately $20 billion per year on IT security, yet very costly breaches continue to occur. In large part, this is because security efforts have mainly been focused on network security rather than data privacy. Data privacy is the process of securing critical data as it is being stored, transmitted, and used within the enterprise.

The need to augment network security mechanisms with data privacy technologies has never been more vital. For example, given that most estimates cite that now over 50 per cent of security breaches are perpetrated by internal staff, perimeter security mechanisms like IDSs and firewalls are ill ...

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