Boston, June 10, 2021 –Complying with international data regulations has become exceedingly complicated. Organizations have defaulted to applying data protection controls as point solutions to applications and databases, resulting in many disparate teams determining how to protect data without a semblance of uniformity. Following a DataSecOps model eliminates the situation in which dozens of applications and database teams make their own decisions on how to protect data. Some groups may get it right, but the majority will not.
This report shows organizations how adopting DataSecOps provides the basic blocking and tackling required for practical data privacy. For this research, Aite Group interviewed vendors, analyzed completed surveys, reviewed relevant white papers and product descriptions, and received live product demonstrations during May 2021.
This 44-page Impact Report contains six figures and seven tables. Clients of Aite Group’s Cybersecurity service can download this report, the corresponding charts, and the Executive Impact Deck.
This report mentions ActiveCampaign, Adobe, Alumni Ventures Group, Amazon, Baffle Inc., BetterUp, Bluescape Software, California State Controller’s Office, Cisco, Clearvision Ventures, CrowdStrike, Coursera, Dasera, Engineering Capital, eXate Technology Limited, Experian, FBS Forex Trader, FireEye, Freshly, Google, Greenspring Associates, Helix, Hewlett-Packard, Imperva, Incapsula, ING, ING Ventures, Innovaccer, HSBC, McKinsey, Microsoft, One Way Ventures, Open Raven, Outward VC, ParkMobile, Priveal, Rain Capital, Saama Capital, Sand Hill Angels, Satori Cyber Ltd., ServiceNow, Seven Bridges Genomics, Sierra Ventures, SourceClear, Symantec, Symmetry Systems, Tata, Thomvest, Triphammer Ventures, Triple Point Ventures, University of California, University of Texas, Via, and YL Ventures.