It is a priority for many leading enterprises in 2019. Now, more than ever, it is necessary for a company to adopt advanced technologies to gain that competitive advantage. But the digital transformation that is key to business success is also a major vulnerability when it comes to data privacy. The allure of digital transformation has never been higher and neither has the value and volume of data. Adding additional control to data usage can feel like major roadblocks on the road to data transformation.
Organizations are rightfully concerned about new and emerging regulatory mandates that require action as well as the growing risk of cybersecurity. Privacy represents a major challenge for the modern enterprise as a perceived digital weakness can do irreparable damage to a company’s reputation and brand. Most of the current privacy protection approaches fall short. What’s needed is a unified technology framework that lets you take a holistic, analytics-driven approach to secure what matters most—a framework flexible enough to meet the needs of your enterprise, but specific enough to offer a guide to risk reduction. Micro Focus is a leader in providing this solution.
Take this opportunity to learn more about the approaches, methodologies, and technology that can help you face privacy challenges during your digital transformation including:
- The attributes of a flexible, unified framework to address disparate regulations
- Five critical technology capabilities to enable compliance
- Data discovery and classification to manage risk
- Governing identity privileges, access, and stores
Register here for this not-to-miss webinar titled, Ensure Privacy Protection Through Your Digital Transformation, happening on March 27, 2019. We look forward to you joining us.
For additional information about securing your data, please also visit our Privacy: Data Protection and Identity Lookbook and our Privacy Solution webpage where you can download this whitepaper: Privacy as a framework for risk reduction and value creation.
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