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VIP Data Privacy

Organizations face a heightened threat landscape with data breaches constantly on the rise. Protecting Personally Identifiable Information (PII) requires strong data privacy practices to identify and secure PII, including understanding how the data is being used, who has rights to access it, and whether they be allowed to do so. Failing to implement data privacy measures can damage reputations, impact operations, and result in regulatory violations, fines, and legal fees.

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In this video a Database Administrator creates a report containing executive salary and personally identifiable information then accidently distributes it to the whole company. Using SecureSphere Database Activity and Monitoring and User Rights Management for Databases, the company now has visibility into database access activity and user rights, and can prevent data breaches when access activity to PII doesn't align with business policy.


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