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data security

A term of art referring to the degree to which data are protected from the risk of accidental or malicious alteration or destruction, and from unauthorised access or disclosure.
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The global Data Security Software market is on the verge of accumulating steady revenue over the forecast period, according to the latest report on Wise Guy Research (WGR).
* (https://www.insurancejournal.com/news/southeast/2018/09/05/500105.htm) South Carolina Insurer Data Security Law Should Be Nationwide Role Model
The experts check the data protection and data security of products and applications that are connected to these products.
"Data security is still not a must for most business regardless of their size.
Its data security solutions integrate with the leading cloud service provider platforms from Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google, Microsoft and Salesforce, allowing users to establish strong safeguards around their sensitive data and applications in the cloud, satisfying compliance requirements and giving them greater control and flexibility.
The data from Trend Micro Smart Protection Network verifies this fact that data security has become necessary, as we were able to block more than 1.4 million threats (malicious URLs, spam, malware) in Egypt for Q1 2017.
Developed by the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council, PCI-DSS consists of best practices in handling credit and debit card transactions and data security in handling of sensitive data, in order to prevent fraud.
Retain an experienced data security attorney to conduct a comprehensive data security risk assessment of the company's physical, technological and administrative infrastructure.
The survey found that many organizations are holding compliance technology and services to a higher standard, stressing the importance of adhering to data handling and data security compliance regulations, such as the General Data Protection Regulation and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act.
Agents, brokers and other insurance and benefits advisors want to try to keep state insurance regulators from piling state data security rules on top of existing federal health data security standards.