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Data Compliance - is your data secure?

It’s a major responsibility faced by all companies today, no matter what size they are, or what sector they operate in: the need to comply with a greater number of industry and governmental regulations than ever before.

The imposition of many of these new regulations is due to the need to safeguard the increasing amount of information companies are required to keep and, as this information is usually stored electronically, that means a lot of the new requirements are IT-based.

Unfortunately, with recent statistics indicating that online crime is reaching epidemic proportions, adequately protecting this data – sensitive or otherwise – is becoming harder and more expensive to do.

Meeting the necessary regulatory standards can represent a significant expenditure to your organisation – but the cost of a security breach can be much greater than the cost of the solution. So, to coin an expression, ‘you do the math’!

Cobweb can help by providing a secure, reliable platform for long term storage and archiving, encompassing:

  • Adherence to the latest Government regulations and utilisation of cutting edge data protection technologies
  • Comprehensive backup procedures and stringent access control
  • Fully managed information storage in a secure data facility

 

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