How the Modern Data Landscape Made the Traditional Cybersecurity Approach Obsolete
In our series of letters from African journalists, filmmaker, and columnist Farai Sevenzo looks at the changing landscape of data security.
The data landscape pre-2010Before 2010 and the mass internet adoption spurred on by the invention of the smartphone, organizations had a relatively well-defined and controlled footprint of people, processes, and technology that were used to capture, process, and store data. Enable the SOC with data-centric telemetryThe final part of the data security puzzle is enabling the security operations center (SOC) to be more effective at detecting and responding to incidents from the modern data landscape. By providing full visibility into data access across all data stores, it is easier for data security, compliance, governance, and privacy teams to manage the lifecycle around sensitive and business-critical data, no matter where it resides.
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