Tag: Data classification

  • Healthcare data interoperability pain

    Data without interoperability =  pain. What is happening in the US healthcare space is fascinating as stimulus funds (or what they call in the Middle East – “baksheesh”) are being paid to doctors to acquire an Electronic Health Records system that has “meaningful use”. The term “meaningful use” is vaguely  defined in the stimulus bill […]

  • Moving your data to the cloud – sense and sensibility

    Data governance  is a sine qua non to protect your data in the cloud. Data governance is of particular importance for the cloud service delivery model which is philosophically different from the traditional IT product delivery model. In a product delivery model, it is difficult for a corporate IT group to quantify asset value and data […]

  • The effectiveness of access controls

    With all due respect to Varonis and access controls in general (Just the area of Sharepoint is a fertile market for data security), the problem of internally-launched attacks is that they are all done by the “right” people and / or by software agents who have the “right” access rights. There are 3 general classes […]