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A Starting Point for Data Protection

Deborah Melkin asks some questions:

If we start expanding things beyond just the technology and functionality, we can really see where the concept of data protection becomes much larger and more complex.

I admit that I’m not really up-to-speed on the technical aspects of encryption or data protection. That doesn’t fall under a lot of the work that I do. But there’s another side to data protection that’s worth talking about. It’s about knowing your data. This is where I’ve been spending a lot of my time these days.

When I ask if you know your data, I’m asking if you can answer the following questions:

Read on for some of the types of questions you’ll want to think about.