Sensitive Information Protection

Proactively identify and protect sensitive and regulated data

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Sensitive Information Protection

Why do you need Information Protection?

With the rise in threats to information security in this digital world, strong Information protection management is crucial for any business to survive and run seamlessly.

Defining a Sensitive Information Protection strategy requires sponsorship at the highest levels of the organization to be successful. Typically, the sponsors include Chief Legal Officer (CLO), Chief Product Officer (CPO), Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), our Chief People Officer (CPO).

Once the appropriate sponsorship is achieved, organizations determine how extensive implementation is needed. Information Protection can range from protecting identity, device management, DLP, Digital Rights Management to all of the above.

How Netwoven can help?

How Netwoven can help?

A good Sensitive Information Protection execution starts with Strategy and Planning. Defining your Information strategy, Protection Strategy, Organization Strategy, Technology Strategy, and People Strategy is critical for the success of the program.

Once the strategy is complete, the implementation can be accomplished in phases with well-defined metrics.

Netwoven has extensive experience helping companies with Microsoft solutions to establish the fine-grained access control, encryption strategies, and sensitivity labels to their DLP objectives while enhancing collaboration efficiency.

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58%
of users accidentally shares confidential information.
196 DAYS
average time it takes to identify a data breach
$12.6B
enterprises are predicted to spend on cloud security tools by 2023

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