Between a Rock

Between a Rock and a Hard Place in Protecting Your Data? You’re Not Alone: Cybersecurity Trends

In fact, as the latest post from Cimplifi discusses, you could actually say organizations are between a rock and a rock and a hard place with data protection these days.

Their post (Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Protecting Data is More Challenging Than Ever) discusses how it seems that just about every day, there’s a new jaw-dropping statistic that illustrates the tremendous growth of cyberattacks and data breaches that organizations are facing today. The attacks are not just increasing in number, but they’re also increasing in impact to your organization and, most importantly, impacting the sensitive data of your organization’s clients.

While it’s more difficult than ever to protect your client’s data, the stakes for doing so are higher than ever. Data privacy and data breach notification laws continue to be strengthened worldwide, putting more pressure on companies to protect client data and promptly notify them when their data is exposed. When it comes to protecting data and meeting their data protection obligations, organizations today are between a rock and a hard place. Or, as Cimplifi noted – between a rock and a rock and a hard place, as they are experiencing three difficult data protection challenges.

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So, what are the three difficult data protection challenges? And how can you address those challenges? Find out that and more here! And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic. They even have a cartoon on their post!

And, as for why there’s a picture of Mick Jagger on this post, here’s why!

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