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Image: Vivaldi Vivaldi announced today that it’s updating the desktop and Android versions of its Vivaldi browser with the ability to block annoying cookie preference pop-ups. Thanks to the passage of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), you’ve probably had to click through at least one dialog box asking if you’d like to manage how a site tracks you. Vivaldi’s new update lets you avoid those notifications — with some major caveats — while theoretically still keeping you safe from tracking. Vivaldi’s logic for the new feature, affectionately called “Cookie Crumbler,” is that while giving users control over how they’re tracked is good, doing so through a pop-up “leads to clicking ‘allow’ or ‘accept’ without realizing that... Continue reading…
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DAFM chooses Red Hat OpenShift and Red Hat 3scale API Management to create new platform to speed up processes while improving user experience and data security and meeting compliance regulationsRed Hat, Inc., the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced that the Government of Ireland’s Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine (DAFM) has developed a real-time machine learning text analysis platform using Red Hat’s open hybrid cloud technologies to serve more than 120,000 farmers in Ireland.DAFM leads, develops, and regulates Ireland’s agrifood sector, which receives more than 130,000 grant applications from farmers and their agents each year and issues more than €1 billion of payments through its Basic Payment System (BPS).Its applications often include Personally Sensitive Information (PSI), which means DAFM places a high priority on security to protect that information.Developers from DAFM worked with Red Hat Consulting and public and private IT service provider Version 1 to develop a machine learning solution, SmartText, to replace its manual grant application processes and improve compliance with the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).When SmartText identifies a potential data privacy breach, access to the document is limited to authorized DAFM individuals who can review the content and take corrective action.To meet GDPR requirements for data ownership, DAFM deployed SmartText on Red Hat OpenShift, the industry’s leading enterprise Kubernetes platform, on-premises in its datacenter.With integrated DevOps capabilities, OpenShift has enabled DAFM to take SmartText from a proof of concept to production in a matter of weeks, has reduced the time it takes to develop new features from weeks to days, and also provides a common platform for applications to be managed and scaled across the department.DAFM is also using Red Hat 3scale API Management to manage access to SmartText APIs, which is critical for both security and compliance, and to connect the platform to its citizen-facing application.Finding an enterprise open source solution was a key consideration for DAFM, which would bring standards-based technologies that could be better tailored to its specific needs, and which could also provide strong security capabilities.DAFM and its developers were already users of open source and saw the culture of collaboration and sharing that comes with open source as an important part of the project.With intelligent, automated scanning of funding grant application documents, SmartText has helped DAFM increase overall confidence in the system while improving GDPR compliance, protecting sensitive data from unauthorized access and reducing the time spent on manual administration and management of grant applications.
Database security market is expected to reach USD of 4.07 Billion in the forecast period of 2020 to 2027 Database security is an aggregate measure which is being utilized with respect to protect the database and information from the unlawful use, threats and attacks.It is made up of all or either software, physical control and administrative controls.Rise in the demand for sophisticated security solutions, growing regulation regarding breaches, and attacks and transmission of cloud based applications & services are the some of the driving factors in the database security market.Major Market Competitors: Global Database Security MarketRenowned players in the global database security market are Mcafee, Oracle, Thales E-Security, IBM, IRI, HP, Hexatier, Fortinet, Trustwave, Protegrity, Imperva, Informatica, Micro Focus, Safenet, Porticor, Green SQL, Informatica, Axis Technology and Gemalto among others.Download exclusive PDF sample [email protected] https://www.databridgemarketresearch.com/request-a-sample/?dbmr=global-database-security-marketFor instance, According to Trustwave Holdings, Inc., in 2016, median number of days from an intrusion to detection of a compromise came up to 49 days, as compared to 2015 which was 80.5 days.In 2016, regulation named as General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which was officially adopted in April 2016, and will be enforced from May, 2018.Due to this act, companies will spend more on information security to avoid fines for failure and to secure the business data.Market Segmentation: Global Database Security MarketThe global database security market is segmented based on component, deployment model, business function, organization size, end user and geographical segments.Based on component, the global database security market is segmented into software and services.Software is sub segmented into data masking and redaction, database auditing and reporting, encryption and tokenization, access control management and others.
New regulations, stricter cross-border data transfer rules and increasing calls for data sovereignty have helped the privacy startup space grow thanks to an uptick in investor support.
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Database security market is expected to reach USD of 4.07 Billion in the forecast period of 2020 to 2027 Database security is an aggregate measure which is being utilized with respect to protect the database and information from the unlawful use, threats and attacks.It is made up of all or either software, physical control and administrative controls.Rise in the demand for sophisticated security solutions, growing regulation regarding breaches, and attacks and transmission of cloud based applications & services are the some of the driving factors in the database security market.Major Market Competitors: Global Database Security MarketRenowned players in the global database security market are Mcafee, Oracle, Thales E-Security, IBM, IRI, HP, Hexatier, Fortinet, Trustwave, Protegrity, Imperva, Informatica, Micro Focus, Safenet, Porticor, Green SQL, Informatica, Axis Technology and Gemalto among others.Download exclusive PDF sample [email protected] https://www.databridgemarketresearch.com/request-a-sample/?dbmr=global-database-security-marketFor instance, According to Trustwave Holdings, Inc., in 2016, median number of days from an intrusion to detection of a compromise came up to 49 days, as compared to 2015 which was 80.5 days.In 2016, regulation named as General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which was officially adopted in April 2016, and will be enforced from May, 2018.Due to this act, companies will spend more on information security to avoid fines for failure and to secure the business data.Market Segmentation: Global Database Security MarketThe global database security market is segmented based on component, deployment model, business function, organization size, end user and geographical segments.Based on component, the global database security market is segmented into software and services.Software is sub segmented into data masking and redaction, database auditing and reporting, encryption and tokenization, access control management and others.
Since the late 1990s, marketers have used the cookie to track website visitors, improve user experience and target digital ads towards receptive customers. But the way marketers use cookies is changing. With new regulations around online privacy — including the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation and the California Consumer Privacy Act — browsers are […] The post Why advertisers are embracing context over user data appeared first on Digiday.
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One of the fathers of Europe's General Data Protection Regulation, Axel Voss, said the laws had to be revised for remote work and tech advances.
According to a new market research report "Virtual Data Room Market by Business Function (Marketing and Sales, Legal, Finance, and Workforce Management), Component (Software and Services), Deployment Mode, Organization Size, Industry Vertical, and Region - Global Forecast to 2025", published by MarketsandMarkets™, the Virtual Data Room Market size projected to grow from USD 1.4 billion in 2020 to USD 2.7 billion by 2025, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 14.4% during the forecast period.The major factors driving the growth of the virtual data room market includes increasing volumes of business data due to complexities arising from mergers and acquisitions activities and rising need for intellectual property and risk management.Large organizations need to adhere to stringent compliance regulations, such as General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and other banking-related regulations that include Basel III, Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform, and Consumer Protection Act.This business function is critical to any organization that requires support and information from different departments, which can be instrumental in converting leads successfully.The US government also provides support by promoting an ideal environment for research and innovation; this has led developers to invest aggressively in new solutions that effectively integrate the functionalities of various established tools.Request Sample Pages @ https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/requestsampleNew.asp?id=74439915These solutions offers more flexible, scaleable and cheaper data storage solutions than traditional data warehousing solutions, along with offering improved analytics capacity.Many virtual data room solution providers in North America are experimenting in the market by integrating advanced big data and analytics technologies with their existing virtual data room solutions.
Database security market is expected to reach USD of 4.07 Billion in the forecast period of 2020 to 2027 Database security is an aggregate measure which is being utilized with respect to protect the database and information from the unlawful use, threats and attacks.It is made up of all or either software, physical control and administrative controls.Rise in the demand for sophisticated security solutions, growing regulation regarding breaches, and attacks and transmission of cloud based applications & services are the some of the driving factors in the database security market.Major Market Competitors: Global Database Security MarketRenowned players in the global database security market are Mcafee, Oracle, Thales E-Security, IBM, IRI, HP, Hexatier, Fortinet, Trustwave, Protegrity, Imperva, Informatica, Micro Focus, Safenet, Porticor, Green SQL, Informatica, Axis Technology and Gemalto among others.Download exclusive PDF sample [email protected] https://www.databridgemarketresearch.com/request-a-sample/?dbmr=global-database-security-marketFor instance, According to Trustwave Holdings, Inc., in 2016, median number of days from an intrusion to detection of a compromise came up to 49 days, as compared to 2015 which was 80.5 days.In 2016, regulation named as General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which was officially adopted in April 2016, and will be enforced from May, 2018.Due to this act, companies will spend more on information security to avoid fines for failure and to secure the business data.Market Segmentation: Global Database Security MarketThe global database security market is segmented based on component, deployment model, business function, organization size, end user and geographical segments.Based on component, the global database security market is segmented into software and services.Software is sub segmented into data masking and redaction, database auditing and reporting, encryption and tokenization, access control management and others.
How can B2B marketers recast the marketing automation journey to meet today's challenges and be ready for those to come? Jon Miller, chief marketing officer at Demandbase, recently presented a session at the 2021 B2B Marketing Exchange Experience virtual conference, and explored new account-based marketing best practices. Although this pandemic year at #B2BMX won’t see B2B marketers gathered in the event’s usual sunny Scottsdale, Arizona location, many new attendee opportunities were on tap virtually. Refresh, renew, remix has been the conference’s theme this year, and to help ease the lack of physical networking, #B2BMX included a Spotify music playlist, live music performances, and even various charitable elements. Jon began by looking back at his journey starting Marketo — acquired by Adobe in 2018 for $4.75 billion — nearly 15 years ago, when marketers had a need to capture and manage online leads, a need that the company’s service met, allowing marketers to communicate and send leads to the appropriate departments. Marketo’s efforts during this era helped marketing build credibility and respect, Jon noted, as marketers became a part of their firms’ revenue engines. Today however, the world is changing and marketing automation tools aren’t necessarily keeping pace. We’ve reached the end of the era of traditional demand generation, which has become shipwrecked, Jon explained. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and other global data protection efforts have made it more challenging for marketers to send emails in the way they were once able to, while in some instances sales teams are sending greater amounts of email now than marketers. “Marketers lost the keys to being the sole owners of communications,” Jon said, and noted that today’s larger buying committees also present challenges when trying to hold one-on-one interactions. This is where marketing can play a larger role, he noted. Firms today are often generating more revenue after the sale in the form of recurring revenue and a focus on expansion, Jon observed. There’s a strong bias in marketing automation tools against net-new business, while at the same time increasing revenue is being generated after the sale, which led Jon to share some of the limitations of traditional lead-based approaches: It doesn’t make sense for marketers to be looking at leads while salespeople look at accounts Buyers have become harder than ever to reach, and have a greater reluctance to filling out forms than ever before Greater quantities of research that once took place on a business’ website are now done elsewhere, making the tools that track on-site activities less effective Buyer intent signals are hidden to traditional marketing automation software, as the digital body language has moved to third-party sites Jon also pointed out a number of other factors that have contributed to the shipwreck that traditional demand generation has found itself in, including: Missed pipeline goals Poor alignment between marketing and sales Obstacles to moving upmarket Sluggish expansion revenue Inefficient complexity and wasted time Jon then explored how B2B marketers can move from this to a dynamic process where sales and marketing work as a team, each able to access relevant information from today’s more complex buyer journey. Leaving behind the traditional marketing technology built more than a decade ago is a key step, Jon noted. Jon then asked, “So what’s next, and how do we move forward?” Modern Sales & Marketing Alignment: Find, Engage, and Close 1 — Finding The Most Valuable Accounts The first step in adapting to the new realities of B2B marketing and sales alignment is to find, by focusing efforts on locating the most valuable accounts, Jon explained. “When it comes to finding target accounts, one size does not fit all,” Jon said, and marketers should do deep-dive one-to-one level account research, using highly-customized programs for each major strategic account — a process that is often a significant investment. Another segment, one-to-few, focuses on moderately personalized deep cluster research — using micro-clusters of accounts focused on similar business issues, Jon explained. An additional level with a broader scope is the one-to-many level, which is where many account-based programs exist, with a basic level of light personalization and much less investment per account, Jon noted. The one-to-many level often benefits from greater use of technology such as intent data, making it more scalable. The broadest category of all is the targeted demand generation segment, Jon explained, usually using traditional marketing tactics to go after specific accounts. When considering which of these four levels to use for your business, the key is to find which one is truly the best fit for your selling style, Jon noted, and encouraged organizations to get creative and use custom level names such as tiers. Jon urged businesses to find their entitlements — the contract of how marketing and sales agree to treat each account and what each department will do — in order to learn how many accounts your organization can handle. Entitlements can be evergreen — offering continuing qualities that persist — or of the triggered and in-market variety, such as when an account is in an active buying process or has a new corporate executive, Jon explained. Businesses often place greater focus on these triggered entitlements. The process of finding your firm’s entitlements is a great way to bring sales and marketing teams together, Jon noted. Once the number of entitlements have been determined and you know how many accounts you can have, you can begin to use science and technology to focus on the key ones, and Jon shared the F.I.R.E. acronym: (F)it — how close is this account to your ideal customer profile (I)ntent — the interest accounts have in your products or those of your competitors (R)elationship — is this an account your salespeople are already talking with (E)ngagement — is this account coming to you and spending time on your website or attending your firm’s events Combined, these form what Jon refers to as pipeline prediction, used to determine which accounts should be moved up to the next level, and find the accounts that really matter. [bctt tweet="“When it comes to finding target accounts, one size does not fit all.” — Jon Miller @jonmiller" username="toprank"] 2 — Engaging Identified Accounts The second step in utilizing the new realities of B2B marketing and sales alignment is engagement, where the identified accounts are engaged, aligning your interactions with the buyer’s journey, Jon explained. Jon noted how in the past he has likened the use of ABM processes to fishing with spears for the big fish, while demand generation is more like fishing with a net. An overlooked issue when using those ABM spears, however, is that “Getting poked by a spear doesn’t feel very good,” Jon said. Smart ABM processes can overcome the reluctance and pain traditional methods often generate, by understanding where a buyer is on their journey and aligning all interactions appropriately, Jon explained. Jon then shared Gartner’s “Six Buying Jobs,” that all accounts ought to go through, to ensure that everyone on the buying team is working together. It’s important to have content that’s aligned to each of these six buying jobs, Jon noted, and also suggested keeping in mind that buyers don’t travel on their journey in an orderly or linear fashion, instead bouncing around in typically unpredictable and even chaotic directions. In the non-linear buying process Jon suggested using a football field’s yard line grid to determine how close to the scoring or buying point a buyer is, and considering the path that a football takes as it moves in many directions on the playing field. The buyer’s yard-lines tell us where in the journey they are, as well as the likelihood of an imminent score or purchase, Jon noted, and they can also inform our decisions as to which plays or plan of business approach we should execute. Businesses should create their own buyer journey definitions, and Jon shared how Demandbase organizes theirs, with: Qualified — ideal customer profiles Awareness — showing awareness and intent for our category, especially on third-party sites Engaged — engaging with our website, events, and programs MQA — Marketing Qualified Account, using intent data and the pipeline prediction process to know whether an account is in-market or in a buying cycle Opportunity Customer — A closed/won opportunity Post-Sale — Adoption and expansion At this point sales and marketing teams can align their interactions to the buyer’s journey, such as building brand trust early in the journey in the “qualified” stage, to thought leadership in the middle stages, all the way through enhancing the post-sale experience by finding expansion opportunities, Jon noted. The MQA stage is especially well-suited for utilizing a multi-channel approach, Jon suggested, from customer relationship management (CRM) and marketing automation to ad platforms, direct mail, account-based chat, and sales engagement, among several other channel opportunities. [bctt tweet="“The explosion of digital noise means that traditional marketing channels like ads are becoming less and less effective. What marketers need to think about is, how do I orchestrate multiple channels together?” — Jon Miller @jonmiller" username="toprank"] 3 — Closing As An Orchestrated Team The third major strategy Jon shared during his insightful and energetic #B2BMX presentation was the closing element, with a focus on working as an orchestrated team and not merely the outdated hand-off of the account baton. How can businesses have sales and marketing work together in a new way? With today’s B2B buyer journey being so complicated, the baton hand-off approach doesn’t work, Jon observed, and encouraged a team approach more like the way a soccer team functions, passing customer engagement back and forth as needed, in a coordinated way. Comprised of three levels, the type of marketing and sales alignment that Jon spoke about can be broken down into: Aligning data — Assuring that sales and marketing teams are looking at the same data Sharing insights — Teams proactively alerting each other about relevant insights Coordinating interactions — Working together as an orchestrated team [bctt tweet="Marketers need to break free over the next 10 years by radically changing how they work with sales, stopping the baton hand-off model and moving much more of an integrated team. ” — Jon Miller @jonmiller" username="toprank"] Jon then shared a favorite tip, which he called a secret weapon for marketing and sales alignment — account standups. In these deceivingly simple account standup events, every few weeks the marketing and sales account teams meet without any executives or managers present, and talk about what’s happening and strategize. Jon explained that account standups are one of the best and simplest ways to move ahead with quality coordinated ABM strategies and tactics. Jon then shared the TOPO account-based technology stack, with its intent, account, and contact data all the way through to the processes of execution, measurement, infrastructure, and application workflow. Jon shared how the execution stage features many channels, which typically won’t all be used but each serve a specific purpose, and the overall chart is helpful for determining where to focus time and energy, he explained. Jon concluded his session by reiterating that account automation tools were built for a different time than the more complicated B2B buying landscape that we face today, which is much better met using the orchestrated methods he dug into during his presentation. It’s time to start thinking about new processes and technologies, especially those in the F.I.R.E. strategy, and to define your business’ entitlements and tiers, Jon urged. Learn more from Jon by watching our Break Free B2B Marketing video interview, and be sure to connect with him on Twitter and LinkedIn. Creating award-winning B2B marketing takes considerable time and effort, which is why many firms choose to work with a top digital marketing agency such as TopRank Marketing. Contact us today and let us know how we can help, as we’ve done for businesses ranging from LinkedIn, Dell and 3M to Adobe, Oracle, monday.com and others. The post Find, Engage and Close: Demandbase’s Jon Miller on Recasting the B2B Marketing Automation Journey #B2BMX appeared first on B2B Marketing Blog - TopRank®.
Develop an understanding of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the UK Data Protection Act 2018 and their practical application.
Global Proactive Security Market Research Report by Component [Solutions (Security Monitoring and Orchestration, Attack Simulation, Risk and Vulnerability Management, Security Analytics, Advanced Malware Protection), Services (Professional Services, Managed Services)], Organization Size (Large Enterprise, Small and Medium-Sized Enterprise), Vertical (IT and Telecommunication, BFSI, Healthcare and Life Sciences, Government and Defense, Retail and E-commerce, Energy and Utilities, Manufacturing, others), Region (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of the World) - Forecast till 2024Market HighlightsAccording to Market Research Future, the Global Proactive Security Market has been segmented based on component, organization size, vertical, and region/country.Enterprises are able to effectively secure their data from cyber attacks by adopting proactive security solutions.These solutions assist enterprises in optimizing their security infrastructure, manage security vulnerabilities easily, and control all the security solutions from a single platform.The major factors boosting market growth are the increasing need for regulatory compliance with standards such as General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA), Sarbanes–Oxley Act (SOX), Gramm–Leach–Bliley Act (GLBA), Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), and Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS).The strategic shift of enterprises towards proactive security due to the increasing sophistication of attacks is also driving the market growth.The increasing adoption of cloud-based cybersecurity services and the rapid digital transformation of organizations in major economies, offer lucrative opportunities for proactive security providers in the market.Many enterprises are investing in IT security to safegaurd against the cyber attacks, but the high investment costs are a matter of concern for SMEs.
Database security market is expected to reach USD of 4.07 Billion in the forecast period of 2020 to 2027 Database security is an aggregate measure which is being utilized with respect to protect the database and information from the unlawful use, threats and attacks.It is made up of all or either software, physical control and administrative controls.Rise in the demand for sophisticated security solutions, growing regulation regarding breaches, and attacks and transmission of cloud based applications & services are the some of the driving factors in the database security market.Major Market Competitors: Global Database Security MarketRenowned players in the global database security market are Mcafee, Oracle, Thales E-Security, IBM, IRI, HP, Hexatier, Fortinet, Trustwave, Protegrity, Imperva, Informatica, Micro Focus, Safenet, Porticor, Green SQL, Informatica, Axis Technology and Gemalto among others.Download exclusive PDF sample [email protected] https://www.databridgemarketresearch.com/request-a-sample/?dbmr=global-database-security-marketFor instance, According to Trustwave Holdings, Inc., in 2016, median number of days from an intrusion to detection of a compromise came up to 49 days, as compared to 2015 which was 80.5 days.In 2016, regulation named as General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which was officially adopted in April 2016, and will be enforced from May, 2018.Due to this act, companies will spend more on information security to avoid fines for failure and to secure the business data.Market Segmentation: Global Database Security MarketThe global database security market is segmented based on component, deployment model, business function, organization size, end user and geographical segments.Based on component, the global database security market is segmented into software and services.Software is sub segmented into data masking and redaction, database auditing and reporting, encryption and tokenization, access control management and others.
European data protection agencies imposed $193 million (€159 million) in fines in 2020 for violations of the General Data Protection Regulation.
GDPR and HIPAA are two Compliance Standards that have taken the industry by storm.Both the Standards have for long been a topic of discussion as organizations scramble around to ensure Compliance.While the EU General Data Protection Regulation is a data security law that came into effect in 2018, the US Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act is a health information security law that came into effect in 1996. 
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The platforms are deployed as a SaaS or on-premise solution to facilitate the management of cyber threat intelligence and associated entities such as actors, campaigns, incidents, signatures, bulletins, and tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTP).The platform is capable of aggregation of intelligence from multiple sources, which can be integrated with existing security systems.The platform analyzes the data and shares insights related to threat intelligence.The global threat intelligence platform market is expected to register a CAGR of 21.4% during the forecast period to reach USD 6.6 billion by 2024.Key Players:IBM Corporation (US)Symantec Corporation (US)FireEye, Inc. (US)Dell Inc. (US)Optiv Security Inc. (US)McAfee, LLC (US)Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. (Israel)Trend Micro Incorporated (Japan)Webroot Inc. (US)PhishLabs (US)AT (US)AO Kaspersky Lab (Russia)Flashpoint (US)Intel 471 (US)LogRhythm, Inc. (US)Regional Analysis:The global threat intelligence platform market size is estimated to register a CAGR of 21.4% during the forecast period from 2019 to 2024 to reach USD 6.6 billion.The geographic analysis of the market has been conducted for North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and the rest of the world.North America is expected to be the dominating regional market in terms of the adoption of threat intelligence platform.Compliance with regulations and standards such as General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA), Sarbanes–Oxley Act (SOX), Gramm–Leach–Bliley Act (GLBA), Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), and Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) are driving the market growth in North America.The UK is the leading country-level market in terms of market share, while Germany expected to register the highest growth rate during the forecast period.Asia-Pacific is projected to be the fastest growing regional market in the global threat intelligence platform market over the forecast period.
HIPAA / GDPR complianceOf course, data security regulations applied by different countries cannot be ignored if you create a medical app.That is why you should make sure that compliance with all regulations is available.If your target market is the USA, then you should make app compliant with HIPAA.Health Insurance Portability and Accountability of Act).Simply put, this standard requires all healthcare app providers to secure their app properly and protect all personal health information (PHI) from any third parties;If Europe is the main arena for your app, then GDPR is the main regulation you should take into account.General Data Protection Regulation is a new data protection protocol that entered into force on May 25, 2018, and it stipulates new rules concerning personal data protection where healthcare app ranks one of the first position.So GDPR compliance is a must.Cleveroad knows how to build healthcare apps and we can do everything from scratch on a turnkey basis.
Database security market accounted for USD 2.60 billion in 2017 and is projected to grow at a CAGR of 19.1% the forecast period of 2020 to 2025.It is made up of all or either software, physical control and administrative controls.Rise in the demand for sophisticated security solutions, growing regulation regarding breaches, and attacks and transmission of cloud based applications & services are the some of the driving factors in the database security market.Major Market Competitors: Global Database Security MarketRenowned players in the global database security market are Mcafee, Oracle, Thales E-Security, IBM, IRI, HP, Hexatier, Fortinet, Trustwave, Protegrity, Imperva, Informatica, Micro Focus, Safenet, Porticor, Green SQL, Informatica, Axis Technology and Gemalto among others.Download exclusive PDF sample [email protected] https://www.databridgemarketresearch.com/request-a-sample/?dbmr=global-database-security-marketFor instance, According to Trustwave Holdings, Inc., in 2016, median number of days from an intrusion to detection of a compromise came up to 49 days, as compared to 2015 which was 80.5 days.In 2016, regulation named as General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which was officially adopted in April 2016, and will be enforced from May, 2018.Due to this act, companies will spend more on information security to avoid fines for failure and to secure the business data.Market Segmentation: Global Database Security MarketThe global database security market is segmented based on component, deployment model, business function, organization size, end user and geographical segments.Based on component, the global database security market is segmented into software and services.Software is sub segmented into data masking and redaction, database auditing and reporting, encryption and tokenization, access control management and others.
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