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Information: Factual knowledge about something or someone. Interested acquirer uses some of the available resources to obtain this knowledge.

This means that every information has a quantifiable value. With the paradigm shift from industrial to the digital era, most of the information is stored, processed, and shared digitally.

In addition to the cost of acquisition, the impacts of reputational losses entailing a data breach exponentially magnify the value of the information for enterprises, warranting diligent data protection, but its very nature imposes several challenges.


  • Being distributable leads to the increased surface area, thereby increasing attack chances
  • Its ‘omnipresent’ nature hides visibility and thereby reducing chances of being protected

Digital Data Flow

Security is a balancing act- ‘A necessary evil’  

A system locked in an iron safe, guarded with gunmen outside, makes the system quite secured but defeats its very purpose

  • Security professionals struggle to make the act balancing with technology advancements
  • Piecemeal implementations, product-oriented approach to protecting and lack of technology awareness add lesser value for money


A program structured to break the vicious cycle of balancing act alongside dealing with the agile nature of digital information.


  • Across heterogeneous environment
  • Detailed Data Flow Maps
  • Analyze your current data protection controls
  • Identify gaps & risk mitigation recommendation
  • Dynamic Data Classification
  • Content-driven, Context-driven, User-driven
  • Protect Data across disparate systems
  • Managed / Unmanaged devices, Network / Remote Access
Program & Strategize
  • Simplify Zero-trust adoption
  • Evolving Data Protection strategy against exploding threat landscape
  • Continuous compliance to dynamic privacy regulations


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