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Your organization is confronted with increasing amounts of sensitive data. Simple encryption solutions just don’t get the job done. In order to maintain control over sensitive data without placing additional pressure on your IT infrastructure, you need a solution that can secure increasing volumes of data, while ensuring your organization remains in control.

Your organization is confronted with increasing amounts of sensitive data - data that often needs to be moved from secure data centers to unsecure locations and/or networks. Simple encryption solutions just don’t get the job done. In order to maintain access to sensitive data without placing additional pressure on your IT infrastructure, you need a flexible solution that can secure additional data, while ensuring your organization remains in control.

As a healthcare organization, you are confronted with staggering volumes of PHI, PII, and other sensitive data. The aggressive push towards electronic records management, combined with patient information privacy laws, has placed your IT infrastructure under enormous pressure. You need a flexible solution that can handle the vast amount of data, while offering federally-compliant strong security you can depend on.

As you acquire new businesses or combine existing business units, there is a requirement to consolidate data across all major enterprise computing platforms. And, you need to ensure the process meets internal policies, industry regulations, and government mandates. You need a solution that can effectively and efficiently handle data consolidation, while offering strong security you can depend on.

Whether you’re handling settlement, customer master, or general ledger files, your organization needs to exchange huge volumes of sensitive information. As a result, you are faced with protecting that information according to internal policies, industry mandates, and government regulations. You need a solution that can respond to multiple security requirements with your IT budget constraints in mind.

Whether you are a service provider or merchant, it is the nature of your business to handle consumer credit and debit card information. And, regardless of your organization’s size, handling this information requires compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). You need a solution that can help meet compliance requirements, but also ensure that your data is completely secure throughout the data transfer and storage process.

Whether you’re focused on retail or commercial banking, wealth management, or securities, your organization handles staggering volumes of data. Yet, as volumes of data continue to grow, IT budgets have been reduced, financial transaction settlement windows are contracting, and compliance-driven requirements are becoming more complex. You need a tailored solution that can address the problem without burdening your already-constrained IT budgets and resources.

     
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