For data to provide value, organizations need to know where it is, who has access to it, how it’s managed, including its longevity. Peter Baumann, ActiveNav CEO, share how to master information for risk mitigation.
“Every organization, whether they realize it or not, is basically cultivating its own equivalent of a “corporate dark web” — not to be confused with the dark web,” explains Peter Baumann, CEO of ActiveNav.
Plains Midstream Canada was able to reduce information storage costs, comply with the government regulations, and obtain complete visibility into the data by using automated workflows and data maps and then streaming the data to the cloud with ActiveNav.
"At ActiveNav, we’re working towards a future of Zero Dark Data, a time where organizations gain complete visibility into their data universe." - Peter Baumann, CEO and Founder.
Dean Gonsowski, ActiveNav's CRO, shared with the Washington Examiner why he doesn't believe the Solar Winds hack will result in a national breach notification law.
ActiveNav integrates its Privacy/Governance Software with Microsoft Information Protection to better secure and protect sensitive information.
"Data privacy, already a powerful force in its own right (i.e., GDPR/CPRA/etc.), will begin to seriously impact e-discovery as we know it." - Dean Gonsowski, CRO, ActiveNav.
Based on the work we've been doing with clients leading into 2021, we predict a landslide of concerns will hit enterprises as part of their post-Covid data cleanup.
Lynsey Jensen, Director of Alliances, shares why the federal government needs to ensure that trust in federal data stewardship is always maintained.
ActiveNav’s CRO, Dean Gonsowski, Esq. looks back on the year which will live in infamy: 2020. Along with several other legal expects, he shares what trends he sees happening in 2021 (come back in Jan 2021 to see if he was right!)
“Most organizations don’t know what data they’ve got,” said Peter Baumann, founder and CEO of ActiveNav. “They don’t know who owns it, and they don’t know where it’s stored.”
Rich Hale, CTO of ActiveNav, spoke with Jason Remillard from Authority Magazine about cybersecurity and data privacy.