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Data security is the process of protecting digital information against theft and unauthorized access, whether at rest, during transit, or when it is being used. It requires the use of different tools, technologies and practices like access control encryption data masking, sensitive redaction of files, hashing, tokenization and key access management. Physical security is also part of the equation, which helps safeguard equipment and facilities that store sensitive data.

Protects against breaches: In addition to compliance with regulations, preventing data leaks helps to maintain customer trust and build a positive company image. This is the case even for small businesses, which may be subject to reputational damage as well as financial losses when customers’ PII is exposed.

Protects sensitive information: Important information, such as the bank’s client list or a hospital’s patient records aren’t intended for public eyes. Keeping this kind of information secure gives businesses an edge over competitors.

ensures availability. Data that isn’t accessible when it is needed is not good for anyone. It’s crucial to have a plan to restore data that’s been stored. Solutions are available to prevent interruptions caused by ransomware, such as by providing cloud-based disaster recovery as a solution or by providing data snapshots.

The deletion of obsolete information is when an organization no longer requires certain kinds of data they should be removed from its system altogether and not simply overwrite the space with new data. This is known as data deletion and involves using software to write over the files on any kind of device to ensure they can’t be recovered.

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