What You Need to Know to Protect Corporate Data Throughout Its Lifecycle
Data breaches are on the rise. The reality of the fast-moving pace of technology is that by the time a large corporate entity has studied, crafted, and implemented a corporate data protection policy, new threats or methods of exposure may have been developed. Make sure you have all your bases covered.
When confidential, protected, or sensitive data is viewed, stolen, or used by an unauthorized individual, this is considered a breach. Examples of corporate data which your company has a duty to protect include:
- Payment Card Information (PCI data)
- Personal Health Information (PHI)
- Personally Identifiable Information (PII)
- Proprietary Intellectual Property or trade secrets