Data security is the practice of protecting digital information from unauthorized access, corruption, or theft throughout its entire lifecycle.
We at PROTEQme implement robust data security strategies that will protect an organization’s information assets against cybercriminal activities, but they also guard against insider threats and human error, which remains among the leading causes of data breaches today.
Vulnerable databases expose organizations to a variety of risks and threats: ransom-ware attacks can cripple an organization’s operations while the volume of information they hold makes them the main source of data breaches. With databases often a single-point-of-failure for organizations, their security should be at the core of every business’s security strategy.
PROTEQME works with our clients to double down in ensuring both the integrity and security of their databases.
Understanding a database’s vulnerabilities and exposure is an important first step in building robust security. Our database vulnerability assessment method includes sequential steps starting with preliminary interviews to analyze security requirements. It further consists of database artifact collection for detailed assessment, reporting essential assessment findings, and discussing ways to strengthen security. Besides periodic security reviews, PROTEQME works with our clients to assess database security during database upgrades and migration to new platforms.
This allows businesses to remove the uncertainty and risk of implementing a bold digital transformation strategy.
Having established a database’s vulnerabilities and exposure, PROTEQME provides a database security hardening service. We ensure that all aspects of a database remain secure, including both software and hardware components, as well as client machines and firewalls.
Our experts then provide an assessment report that includes essential findings and recommended remediation actions. This allows organizations to radically reduce their attack surface.
Due to a heavier reliance on computers, there are a number of potential threats to the data you’re storing. Data can get lost due to system failure, corrupted by a computer virus, deleted or altered by a hacker. A simple user error can result in an overwritten or deleted file. Plus, lost devices such as a tablet or smartphone can see your data fall into the wrong hands.
Therefore, any business or individual who uses data for day to day activities requires Data Security
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