Big data encompasses a range of powerful technologies, but comprehensive mechanisms to ensure privacy and data security have been slow in emerging. This may make some organizations think that they have to choose between privacy and innovation—an either/or proposition, for the sake of big data analytics. But that is not the case: privacy and data security are perfectly compatible in a doubling—enabling, win/win manner, through a strategy that includes collaboration, protected data re-use and data sharing. This white paper explores how you can balance the need for access to information with the need to keep it protected.
In a Zero Trust Data model, the rules engine lives at the data level, not in the application. And it’s not controlled by application developers, but by the organization’s data stewards, who understand all the necessary parameters around data provenance, data sharing, consent, and retention.
Balancing the data sharing need with the need to protect it is the single biggest problem facing data-driven organizations. But it’s not unsolvable. By adopting a Zero Trust Data model, you can extend granular and context-driven access control all the way into the data layer. So you can tap into the value of your most valuable organizational asset—your information—without compromising the trust of those counting on you to protect it.
Learn about PHEMI’s Zero Trust Data model, and how you can extend granular and context-driven access control all the way into the data layer. So you can tap into the value of your most valuable organizational asset—your information—without compromising the trust of those counting on you to protect it.
Key concepts include:
- The Growing Data Dilemma
- From History to State of the Art
- The New State of the Art: Extending Zero Trust to Data
- Implementing Zero Trust Data to Support Data Sharing Policies
- Other Zero Trust Data Requirements
- The Zero Trust Data Advantage
- Take the Next Steps to Zero Trust Data
Download this FREE white paper to learn how you can be empowered to capitalize on your valuable and growing information assets, within a comprehensive framework for privacy, security, and governance.
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