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January 8, 2018

How to Build Better Data Protection

Thought by Leigh Anderson, Sr. Marketing Communication Specialist
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Your data security is only as good as your policies and systems. As new laws come into play and news breaks daily about security vulnerabilities, concerns are on the rise. That’s why it’s important to have a practice for ensuring your data systems are airtight, and a plan for demonstrating that you’re protecting your customers’ sensitive information.

If you’re not sure how to build data security into your team’s process, you should join us for a free training: Security Audit Strategies to Protect Your Data. We’ll be meeting online on Thursday, January 25, 2018 at 3 PM - 5 PM EST to share our expertise and answer questions on how your organization can build everyday practices that help expose vulnerabilities and harden applications.

When it comes to complex platforms, prevention is the best medicine for user and technical problems. Since digital ecosystems are becoming increasingly complex, monitoring and diagnosing potential issues is key to preventing more serious problems down the line. Our training will help you understand what to expect from a security audit, detail your responsibilities afterwards, teach you about different security certifications, help you identify when you need to conduct an audit, and share tools and resources to help you on your journeys.

Having a digital platform that’s functional and intuitive is extremely important for offering a customer experience that will drive lead generation, convert into sales, and build loyalty towards your organization. Beyond ensuring that your organization’s digital platform offers an excellent experience to users, regularly monitoring or auditing your site can also help you stay in compliance with evolving laws, and can help you mitigate any potential security issues before they become a real concern.



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