Curious on how to scale privacy & security in the age of Cloud | co-founder at Raito.io | kind of stumbles into opportunities
Data Products have the potential to significantly improve the trustworthiness, user experience, and speed of data development by applying best practices from DevOps to data development processes. However, by using outdated access management workflows data teams introduce bottlenecks in their processes that result in huge productivity costs that can have a detrimental impact on the success of your data initiatives.
GenAI holds the promise to increase productivity by providing readily available insights on your organisation's data. However, without proper controls, the privacy and security risks significantly outweigh any potential rewards.
As we’re preparing to celebrate New Year’s eve, it is clear that GenAI will continue to dominate most of the discussions in 2024 for Data and IT leaders. It has the potential to make everyone in the organization data-driven by truly democratizing access to insights. However, data security risks are a major hurdle for its adoption, and as the dust settles, Data Leaders will have to prepare for the below key developments in 2024.
Heads of Data will have to partner with the CISO to solve the new privacy and security risks coming from applying genAI. Read more to learn more about those risks and how they can be managed.
As of October 2024, an estimated 160.000 European companies will have to comply with the NIS 2 Directive, which will impose significant cybersecurity requirements. In this article we give an in-depth analysis of the NIS 2 Directive, what it means for data security, and what data teams can do to comply with the Directive.
We explain how the recent class action suit against 23andMe makes a strong business case for better data security management.
We all agree that data security is important, but it is not easy to convince management to prioritize it over other important projects. In this article we provide you with the tools to make a convincing business case for data security.
Raito for Databricks governs data security for organizations that rely on data & analytics to compete, but also have to comply with stringent privacy & security regulations and respect customer trust.
A first analysis of how the upcoming cybersecurity audits and risk assessments regulations will impact data security for businesses that have to comply with the CCPA.
In this seventh episode of Access to Analytics we sit down with Chad to learn how data contracts will finally bring the standardisation to create the trust we need to work with data.
The upcoming NIST CSF 2.0 will significantly impact organizations' data security management. See what it means for your organization, and what you'll have to do.
Get unparalleled insights in data access & usage across your data sources with Raito Insights!
In this fifth episode of Access to Analytics we talk with Francesco Mucio about how Allianz provides insights to the insurance ecosystem as a service, and how access is managed in those services.
Change is hard and it starts with knowing where you are. That’s why Raito is announcing a free version that lets you monitor data access & usage to help you assess your current state, and monitor change
In this fourth episode of Access to Analytics we talk with Jean-Georges Perrin, also known as jgp, about how Data Mesh, Data Contracts and Data Access Management interact at PayPal.
In this third episode of Access to Analytics we sit down with Taras Slipets, Staff Data Engineer at Flix, to discuss what the tech stack looks like and how data access controls are managed.
Did you know that only 1% of permissions granted are actually used? As companies are moving their analytical workflows to the cloud, the risk of excessive privileges is becoming real. Bart explains how Raito helps limit excessive privileges with Time-Bound Access Management
Terraform is an easy way to get started with data access management, but becomes very hard to scale when data consumption starts to grow.
Bart, Raito CEO, and Wannes, Head of Product, combine to share their top 5 predictions on what will happen in the data space in 2023. Continued investment in data and analytics might be expected, but how will this play out?
Handing out the keys for data access has changed drastically over the last few decades. So how has this journey actually gone, what were the learnings at each stage, and what have new regulations like GDPR actually done? Bart dives into the early days, then all-access innovation, through to the data compliance conundrum of PII data and tightening access controls - including where we believe access management needs to go to be a true success.
ISO 27001 - the 2022 version. Security standards are now including privacy protection as a core part of new regulation updates. So what is changing, how big a part will Governance teams now play, and will this lead to some old frameworks reappearing?
More external cloud assets were breached than on-premise assets in 2021, and data breaches are happening at a regularity never seen before. So what is the main weak spot for businesses? And how can you reduce that risk? The summary of the summary - people are a problem. For the solution - read on...
Rising interest rates will have an impact on your data products, and the way you do data governance.
In the age of cloud, privacy and security professionals are feeling overwhelmed when trying to protect their organisations’ data. However, they might find an unexpected ally in the CDO.