Three Considerations To Help You Better Secure And Control Your Data

Hacking is no longer new. It’s become a daily conversation in newsrooms and boardrooms everywhere; hacking and data breaches are the never-ending security story of the 21st century. Hackers illegally make their way into the computer systems of companies, hospitals, government institutions and our homes on a daily basis.

To rise to this occasion, strong IT leadership is essential. Data breaches can happen at any moment, and we now need to assess the influx of increasingly massive amounts of data for risk in real time.

As a new member of the Forbes Technology Council, I’ve shared my thinking on how IT leaders can better secure and control company data, in this sometimes hostile and always overcrowded universe of data. Learn more about how you can gain greater control over collecting and storing all that data — and to do so securely—in my latest column in Forbes, here.

 

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About Brian Greenberg

Brian Greenberg is a Partner at Fortium Partners where he helps organizations by providing executive technology leadership on an as-needed basis by being a companies interim or fractional CIO or CTO. Brian is a Forbes contributor and is a member of the Forbes Technology Council. He is a Chicago resident and has been working at companies of all sizes from the Fortune 100 to startups for nearly 30 years, including international experience and an expatriate in Japan. Brian has expertise in digital transformation, automation, turnaround management, security, and data protection. He is also a storyteller and an improvisor in Chicago’s comedy community.