Protegrity announced deeper enterprise security for global businesses addressing privacy obstacles such as cross-border data transfer and industry specific regulatory compliance.
Ever-changing privacy and compliance regulations require developing a comprehensive but flexible data protection strategy. Protegrity’s Data Security Platform enables companies to centrally control their data security strategy across all databases, files and applications to withstand the constantly evolving security issues of big data, mobile and cloud.
Enterprises are able to protect their Personally Identifiable Information (PII), Personal Health Information (PHI) and Payment Card Information (PCI), reduce the risk of attack and mitigate any potential breaches.
Protegrity customer Samsung Electronics, last week announced a mobile solution to provide security from the hardware through to the application layer helping IT departments optimize corporate privacy in a BYOD environment. With this effort, Samsung is able to ensure a secure, compliant enterprise and employee satisfaction by delivering fundamental data protection on the platform while keeping the experience pleasant for the user.
“Companies need to be proactive with their internal and external data security strategy. Privacy and compliance are huge concerns that need to be addressed now and for the future,” said Ulf Mattsson, Protegrity CTO. “As the demands of data security evolve, Protegrity is also advancing with powerful solutions such as Vaultless Tokenization to give customers a competitive advantage and provide a unique layer of protection against the constantly changing security landscape.”