Trust: The future needs you to challenge the cause not its effectOctober 9, 2018
Posted in: appraise, blockchain, Blog, privacy, security, Trust, Uncategorised
This is the first in a series of posts challenging the approaches that many organisations are having to implement in order to maintain the highest levels of data security, management and privacy.
We put it to organisations that to build a strong relationship of trust between organisations and their customers, it is time for organisations to change the fundamental approach to data management
Why?, because ‘We can’t solve problems using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them’. I hear you all saying, “here we go again, using an Einstein quote to prove a point”, and I say “Why not?”
Data is the most valuable and destructive asset that exists today. It can transform our lives (health), ruin our lives (social media), create wealth (bitcoin), affect state nations (cyber attacks), increase productivity (big data) and reduce an individual’s ability to apply critical analysis (AI).
So why are we relying on historical methods of data security and management to ensure that this most valuable asset is treated with the importance it deserves.
Over the coming weeks, we will cover a number of the topics regularly discussed that are used to optimise data access, management, privacy and security, and how Gospel objectively believe that organisations need to reappraise their current operations to prepare for a more valuable data driven existence
- DLP – Hasn’t the penny dropped yet
- Security Education – Sorry, how many chances do I get to pass the test
- To be or not to be: Encrypted
- Data Masking – Reconstructing a shredded document without controls
- Privilidged Access – Trust me, I know best
- Compliance – A point in time isn’t a guarantee
- Network Security – Who stole my border?
- Security Analytics – Damn it, lets stop the next one
- Machine Learning – Who said I was bias?
- Supply Chain Data Sharing – When the insider goes global
Look out tomorrow for the first in the series