Introduction to Data Security
Developing your Data Security Policy
Understanding Data Security Compliance Laws
Classifying Data by Sensitivity
Building a Security Strategy on Identity
Working with a Trusted ETL Partner
Essential Cloud ETL Data Security Features
6 Security Questions to Ask Your ETL Vendor
- How can your platform help protect our PII, PHI, and other sensitive data?
- What examples can you share of how you have helped other clients with their data security?
- What features does your platform have to maintain compliance with regulations such as GDPR, CCPA, HIPAA?
- How can your data security team assist with our data security strategy and implementation?
- How do you remove/encrypt sensitive data in Europe for GDPR before moving data to the U.S. or elsewhere for centralized analysis?
- Does your platform support field-level encryption for sensitive data fields?
In a global, digital world, the most important currency for any business is trust.
Trust is something you earn over many years by diligently safeguarding your customer’s personal data. They trust you with a lot of essential information – their address, their payment details, their preferences, even their biometric data.
But trust is something you can lose in an instant. All it takes is one lapse in data security, and nobody will ever trust you again. They’ll switch to a rival that takes data security seriously, someone that always protects customer confidentiality.
Data security isn’t easy. Cyberthreats are constantly evolving, and employees struggle to keep up with ever-changing protocols. The new normal of remote work has added another layer of risk to an already challenging world.
This is why it’s more important than ever to get data security right. It starts with strategy, with people and with education. But the most important part is getting the infrastructure right. A good ETL vendor can help you build a secure data pipeline that keeps sensitive information out of the wrong hands. Your customers will rest easy knowing their personal data is safe.