Data-centric protection and security focuses on the organization’s sensitive data (as opposed to its overall computer networks and applications). This is accomplished by locating, identifying, and cataloging sensitive data as well as by applying encryption, data masking, and policy-based data access controls (and end-user monitoring) to protect data residing across multiple enterprise environments. To what extent are organizations adopting, or planning to adopt, data-centric protection and security practices? In a recent Cutter Consortium survey, Senior Consultant Curt Hall asked 50 organizations about their data protection practices to shed some light on this important question. As shown in the figure below, more than a third (37%) of surveyed organizations currently have data-centric protection and security practices in place. Read more
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Cutter Consortium has been conducting a survey to gain insight into how organizations are adopting — or planning to adopt — blockchain technology. We are also looking to identify important issues organizations are encountering (or foresee encountering) in their blockchain efforts. In addition to analyzing the data, Cutter Senior Consultant Curt Hall has been conducting phone interviews with leaders and practitioners from different organizations who are implementing or working to implement blockchain applications. Their opinions and recommendations on using the technology add depth and richness to Curt’s analysis. Curt will be presenting his findings in a series of Executive Updates over the next couple of months. Hall’s first Executive Update, published last week, examined the initial survey Read more
Cutter’s Curt Hall is conducting research on the measures organizations are taking to safeguard their data in light of the persistent breaches that have become commonplace in our world. This confidential survey seeks to gauge the various trends impacting organizations’ data security protection practices, and the extent to which organizations are using data-centric practices and technologies. Survey results will be revealed in upcoming Cutter Consortium research. Those who complete the survey will receive a $50 Cutter Bookstore credit. Thanks in advance for your participation! Take the survey.