Establish Data Remediation Workflows to Reduce the Exposure of Critical Data

Most organizations, from small businesses to enterprises, handle large amount of business data, which almost always includes sensitive information. To protect this information from improper exposure, it’s not enough to understand where it resides; you also need to learn which issues put the data at risk and quickly remediate them. With solutions from Netwrix, you can reduce the exposure of your sensitive data by moving it to a safe environment, deleting confidential pieces of content from it and more.

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Avoid Data Breaches and Fines for Noncompliance by Building a Proper Data Remediation Process

Suppose you or your manager were to find sensitive content in a folder reserved for unimportant legacy data — a folder that many users have access to. Could you revoke those rights in a timely manner to reduce the risk of someone stealing the valuable content? Data remediation intelligence from Netwrix empowers you to minimize the exposure of your data by building a strong data remediation process.

Streamline the migration of critical data to quarantine

You need to keep an eye out for sensitive content stored outside of a secure location. But manually combing through complex data structures scattered across multiple systems is not a viable approach. With data remediation workflows provided by Netwrix, you can automatically spot critical data in unsecure locations and move it to a secure quarantine area until you are ready to make accurate, informed decisions about what to do with it.

Automatically redact data

In some cases, you might need to make a file available to someone yet prevent them from seeing some of that data in that file. Using Netwrix’s data redaction capabilities, you can promptly detect and remove specific entries, such as credit card numbers or national insurance numbers, from documents during data migration to comply with a privacy policy or because there are no business requirements for those entries to be disclosed.