Mark Jow shares some points that organizations should consider when analysing whether data protection processes and strategies are sufficient to meet the differing requirements of disaster recovery and data security.
In today’s digital economy, simply capturing and storing data is no longer enough. In order to succeed, organizations need to re-think how they analyse and interact with the data they collect. This includes how to understand, protect, and when to leverage the data effectively as new regulations come into play, such as GDPR and CCPA.
Despite the recognition from most organizations that data is at the very core of almost every business function, data protection often still fails to garner the attention it deserves with senior business decision makers. With this in mind, below are some useful points to consider when analysing the levels of data protection readiness in your organization.
Continue reading here.