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Data Security–Superior Spotlight 5 part blog series

Posted by denglishbi on March 25, 2015

This 5 part blog (3rd part was broken out into 3 separate parts) series on Data Security was written by Senior BI Consultant and colleague Rick Bielawski from my BI team. I wanted to share the series and hope you find it interesting and make you think when it comes to the data that you work with and are in responsible for.

Here is an intro from the first part to get a feel for what the series will cover:

This blog is the first in a three-part series describing how to properly assess your data security needs. Like buying any insurance, there is no reason to pay for protection you don’t need. Yet, your business can’t afford to leave significant risk on the table. To get all (and only) useful protection, you must become your own actuary, quantifying and prioritizing potential losses and then developing a plan to mitigate loss cost effectively.

In this series, part one covers sources of risk. Part two gives you an idea of the significant number of attack vectors possible. Part three talks about the mindset needed to design proper protections and how to look at the extent to which various protection types mitigate various risks.

Data Security: Critical Knowledge (part 1)image

Data Security: Mechanisms for Malicious Loss (part 2)

Data Security: Critical Knowledge – Designing Protection (part 3a)

Data Security: Critical Knowledge – Design Approaches (part 3b)

Data Security: Critical Knowledge – Implementations (part 3c)

I hope you find the information useful.

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