To Engage and to Protect: Framework for Automating Data Privacy & Protection

The overriding mandate of digital transformation is becoming customer obsessed. Forrester predicts that every company will double down on technology-fuelled experiences, operations, products and ecosystem. But in our quest to deepen engagement, are enterprises putting as much effort on protecting the customer’s privacy? Ponemon Institute estimates the average cost of a data breach in the ASEAN region at $3.85M SGD which has increased 8.2% from 2021.

With 2.5 quintillion bytes of data created daily, it is predicted that 27% of enterprises globally will experience a data breach in the next two years. So how do you engage and protect your customer when 50% of security risks may actually come from having multiple, disparate solutions.

Gartner reminds us that cloud infrastructures – SaaS, PaaS and IaaS – are secure and reliable. It is our use of cloud control, visibility and auditing processes – that may need a closer review.

Discussion points:

 How to build a framework that adapts to changing regulation

 Treating PDPA as a catalyst for a holistic data security program

 How to engage and protect customers without overwhelming your organization (not just IT and security staff, but everyone because data protection is everyone’s concern)

Join us and start your path towards a modern, prescriptive approach to securing the enterprise, with practical building blocks of a successful Zero Trust implementation roadmap.

  • Date : 11-06-2024

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