It’s no news that hackers are trying to infiltrate your systems to access your data and customers’ personal information. Whatever their motivation is, you never want hackers to mess with your network. You desire to protect your systems to avoid mitigating the aftermath of cyber-attacks.
PII / PAN Scanner
A 2016 Pew Research Center report found that 74 percent of Americans classify limiting access to their personal information as “very important.” Yet, as companies roll out customer-focused applications to improve user experiences, people expect those companies requesting PII (Personally Identifiable Information) and PHI (Protected Health Information) to protect that information. PII discovery tools help companies identify PII and other sensitive information throughout their network infrastructure.
For years, individuals have trusted companies with their data. After many instances of data breaches reaching the mainstream news, the public’s negative perceptions of data misuse are increasing. Data producers have become more suspicious of how organizations are using their data. It has never been more critical for your organization to develop a personally identifiable information policy, and this article will show you how.