Protecting Data Privacy
Intellectual property, sensitive data, personally identifiable information, customer data – these are just a few examples of data that requires protection to ensure its privacy and confidentiality. Failure to do so can have devastating results ranging from regulatory compliance violations to data breaches, brand damage and loss of stakeholder confidence.
Reduce the risk of data breach
Protecting data privacy is a key objective of information governance . Information governance ensures that intellectual property and other sensitive data are managed in accordance with pertinent legal, regulatory and other requirements. In addition, information governance ensures that the proper controls and data management practices are in place to reduce the risk of data breach.
Protect data at the edge
Commvault® safeguards data every step of the way. Data on client computers can be secured with privacy options that prevent users and administrators who are not client owners from seeing protected client data. Further, Commvault software features built-in security and encryption to protect data at the edge, in the cloud and everywhere in between. Commvault protects data, and the privacy of your company’s and customers’ information, with granular and customizable access controls, single sign-on, encryption, alerting and audit trails. It’s all designed to help you establish the proper controls you need to assure information governance and data privacy.
Here are selections from our resource library, which includes a wide range of videos, customer case studies, datasheets, whitepapers and more to further explain how Commvault can help you make your data work for you.
1 Forrester Research, Global Business and Consumer Tablet Forecast Update, 2013 To 2017. 2 Forrester, Key strategies to capture and measure the value of consumerization of IT, July 2012