The goal of the Collect and Analyze phase is to assess relevant data points to answer critical questions like what’s the sensitivity of the data, who has access to it, who owns it, and what’s the age of that data. When you begin to understand the answers to these questions, you can then begin prioritizing the resources that are at most risk and limiting access to them as you work towards achieving a Least Privilege Access model.
Organizations are starting to shift their focus to establish a core set of principles around protecting their data, and they need a blueprint to help them get started. This series serves as the blueprint that will help your organization chart a course to proper data security. The first step in establishing a Data Access Governance program is Discovery.
Organizations are shifting their focus to a core set of principles around protecting their credentials and data, but they struggle with a starting point. In this 6-part ‘Checkbox Compliance to True Data Security’ blog series, we will provide a foundational blueprint. The series will cover an overview of Data Access Governance (DAG) and introduce the 5 phases that will help shape a true data security program. In an interview with Dark Reading, Brian Christensen, head of global audit for Protiviti…
If you find yourself among the minority that is “ready” I congratulate you, as data privacy will no longer stand still for any of us. And those who find themselves among the majority that is not ready, this is a good time to practice the principle of priority.