Data security

Trend 5: Data security platforms become a necessity to safeguard information

Organizations increasingly prioritize data protection from unauthorized access, use, disclosure, disruption, modification, and destruction. Higher data volumes, more cyberattacks, and stricter data protection regulations drive the adoption of data security platforms. Organizations centralize management, automate workflows, and access threat intelligence through data security platforms. These platforms enable market consolidation through acquisitions, drive innovation with new features, and bolster organizations' security postures with comprehensive measures.

A leading US beverage and bottler manufacturer required a platform to safeguard intellectual property and sensitive information. Infosys helped it implement a robust data protection platform through tools such as AIP data classification, IRM, O365 DLP, and MCAS. The company remarkably enhanced data security, centralized management, reporting, and day-to-day operational tasks. With enhanced visibility, the company makes informed decisions and responds effectively to potential threats in a robust and secure data environment.

Data security

Trend 6: Growing cloud workloads demand data security posture management

DSPM involves proactive monitoring and evaluation of cloud workloads to uphold best practices and compliance standards. The cloud shift drives demand for customized security solutions. Organizations recognize the need for real-time visibility, potential vulnerability identification, and prompt security gap address. DSPM tools automate these processes and provide insights into cloud workload security, ensuring data integrity, confidentiality, and availability.

DSPM strengthens cloud security, mitigates risks, bolsters compliance with regulations like GDPR, streamlines tasks for efficiency, and improves cloud visibility for swift risk mitigation

Infosys assisted a US health insurer select and deploy a tailored DSPM solution for its multicloud environment. The firm reduced data breach risks, minimized potential regulatory fines, and improved overall security posture. This enhanced trust and confidence among its customers and stakeholders.