By Brittany Carambio
The safety of business content is a top priority for every company. Especially at a time when data breaches and other cyberattacks threaten the stability of our systems, protecting our data is an essential corporate function.
Content must be a key part of every company’s security framework. In addition to the potential theft of valuable and private information stored within your content repositories, data breaches and other forms of cyberattacks create additional risks. When security policies don’t adhere to the requirements of compliance frameworks, audits can leave companies with fines and restrictive penalties. Damage to company reputation and the risk of customer flight are also key concerns. And perhaps, most importantly, there is the regret of having let down customers who have trusted your company with their data and content.
Learn how to make security improvements to minimize the risk of internal and external threats to content by weaving content intelligence and data governance into every layer of the file sharing and collaboration architecture.