The 5 Pillars of Transparent Data Security | Secure Speak

Over the years, we have grown to be recognized as one of the leaders in the data encryption and security industry. With a transparent approach to encryption, our security tools work seamlessly in the background providing a non-disruptive workflow for the user while protecting corporate assets.

There has been a shift in the market with organizations beginning to understand the importance of securing their data. The emergence of computing devices such as laptops, tablets and mobile phones combined with multiple operating systems, creates a challenge for IT administrators to ensure they are compliant and meet security regulations.

We understand that encryption practices can be confusing and hard to grasp initially. We have put together a white paper explaining what we believe to be the “Five Pillars of Transparent Data Security.” This document is a must-read for any IT administrator or anyone with the need to ensure their data is protected.

In this white paper, you will learn that with an effective data-security solution, you will be able to:

  • Support transparency on multiple levels
  • Automate vital security processes
  • Administer security from a central point
  • Administer security polices to include emerging technologies
  • Adopt an operation system agnostic approach

The message is clear; encryption is a central data security tool for any organization. An investment in IT security will protect sensitive information and your company’s reputation while building consumer trust.

Click here to download the Five Pillars of Transparent Data Security white paper.

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