Effective data security consulting is vital to your organization’s success. Data can be compromised in a number of a ways, including hacks, phishing, and employee theft, among others. Comprehensive data security solutions need to address all of the various ways data can be stolen or otherwise compromised.
Data Security Consulting Checklist
Dattell provides expertise for protecting your client’s data, your organization’s data, and your valuable IP. A good starting point for most organizations are the first seven security measures listed below. However, each solution must be customized to fit each organization’s needs.
#1 Real-time monitoring of all critical systems to identify suspicious behavior
#2 Real-time alerting of suspicious behavior captured by the monitoring platform
#3 Network separation
#4 Port-based and web-access firewalls in front of critical databases
#5 Access control to regulate who (employees) or what (applications) have access to view or use information in each database
#6 Encryption such as a transport layer security (TLS) and/or a secure sockets layer (SSL) to prevent man-in-the-middle attacks
#7 Data backups, check out our article on data backups for more information
#8 And much more… Each security solution is customized to an organization’s unique business needs and technical requirements.
Why Choose Dattell for Data Security Consulting
Dattell has designed and implemented data security systems across high-volume Fortune 100 Companies, high-security government infrastructure, and customized start-up use cases.
Our goal is always to secure an organization’s data efficiently and effectively to provide peace-of-mind and prevent costly breaches.
Google Cloud, AWS, Azure, and On-Prem Servers
Dattell’s team of engineers has experience with deploying secure systems on all major platforms.
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Data Security Consulting Resources
The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 brings into sharp focus the need for securing customer and internal data. Our blog posts on this new law describe the technology requirements and potential damages for data breaches.