UNSTRUCTURED DATA-AT-REST: DEAL WITH IT!
Welcome to our all-new video learning resource on Data Privacy and GDPR!
All organizations know that unstructured data can be a problem. There’s too much of it lying around: on shared drives, e-mail servers, SharePoint sites, media files…and it will almost certainly contain valuable information to your company, or sensitive information such as personally identifiable information (PII).
If this leaks out to the outside world you have a problem!
But you don’t know what’s out there. Or where it is. Or what to do about it.
On this page we present a series of short and informative videos and animations to help you understand the nature of the problem, and how to deal with it.
Regulations such as the new GDPR and New York Cybersecurity Regulations mean that good data governance is no longer an option. It’s mandatory.
But this is not just about compliance: it’s about your survival as an organization in the information age.
In this short (3 minute) video, Peter Baumann (CEO, Active Navigation) presents the case for dealing with your unstructured data-at-rest.
UNSTRUCTURED DATA-AT-REST: STEPS TO GOOD GOVERNANCE
The presentation below takes you through the step-by-step process for neutralizing the risks and exposure from unknown, unclassified, unstructured data-at-rest.
Click the arrow on the bottom right to begin the presentation. (Please note: there is no audio to these slides. Wait for the Forward button to pulse before moving on.)
DEMYSTIFYING FILE ANALYSIS
In the video below Rich Hale, CTO of Active Navigation, explains how File Analysis compares to other technologies in the marketplace: specifically, e-Discovery, Data Loss Prevention (DLP) and Data Access Management.
Rich presents the case that File analysis is a technology specifically developed for the purpose at hand, rather than an extension of legacy functionality into the space. Active Navigation’s primary focus is to provide best-of-breed File Analysis technology for unstructured data and has been doing this since its inception over a decade ago.