You know that you need to protect personal and sensitive data to comply with privacy regulations. But are you sure you know all of the places where your organization is storing that data?
Breaches and stolen data result in fines, low productivity, tarnished reputation, burned customers and lost revenue. With the dust still settling on how companies can best assign responsibility for data privacy, more database administrators (DBAs) like you are becoming the go-to data controller. Your experience with databases, storage and the network make your desk one of the first stops when someone asks, “What is our data privacy exposure?”
This technical brief examines the issues DBAs face as they try to protect their company’s data and mitigate the risk of breaches and non-compliance with data privacy regulations.