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Improving on NIST800207: Data Enforcement Point enforces Zero…

Improving on NIST800207: Data Enforcement Point enforces Zero Clear text Looking at #NIST800207. Given that every successful data or privacy breach represents the failure of trust algorithms powering the Zero Trust Architecture, Titaniam, Inc. would suggest that the PEP (Policy Enforcement Point) should be complemented by a “DEP” (Data Enforcement Point). The DEP could be an …

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[Link] Privacy For Big Data: Monster Or Myth?

Privacy for big data monster or myth Titaniam advisor Caroline Wong recently published an article in Forbs highlighting the need for Titaniam’s solution for data privacy/data protection in enterprise search and big data analytics systems. Thank you Caroline! Interested in learning more about how Titaniam can help? Get started today with a demo https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbestechcouncil/2020/11/02/privacy-for-big-data-monster-or-myth/

[Link] More than 800,000 customer records of jewelry brand Silpada…

More than 800000 customer records of jewelry brand Silpada exposed online Data Breach is certainly different from data exposure… but whether the data leaves through the front door or the back door, the risks to the end user are still high and enterprises still have to take responsibility. Having secure and private defaults for the …

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Ensuring Secure and Private Defaults for Sensitive Data in the Enterprise

Ensuring secure and private defaults for sensitive data in the enterprise Never has a security mandate been more effectively stated than the three words “Secure the Default”. With so many cases of data breaches and privacy violations caused by simple mistakes, one always wonders why the defaults in the systems involved could not be made …

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