Security & Governance

Manage Your Analytics Estate With a Unified Data Ecosystem

Creating a Unified Data Governance Strategy

Managing a modern, cloud-based data foundation requires special attention to data governance, security, and compliance. While these concerns are always on the mind of leadership and IT professionals, it’s important for your entire enterprise to embrace a common approach to data management.

A proactive, end-to-end approach is fundamental to realizing the full potential that a unified, modern data estate brings to your business. Holistic governance should consider all stakeholders inside and out of your enterprise who have an interest in the lifecycle of data — whether it is creating, discovering, managing, or accessing the data your business produces.

Enabling a Data-Centric Culture: People, Processes, Policy, and Technology

  • People — UX/UI
    To create a data-centric culture, you must engage and include the people throughout your organization who utilize the data. Make sure they understand the why and the how of the data governance and management compliance initiatives.
  • Processes
    The Hitachi Solutions advisory team helps workshop, test, and confirm if you have the right process or approach in place, or whether you need to course correct to achieve better outcomes.
  • Policy — Compliance strategy
    Is your data strategy and governance policy aligned to legislation and communicated throughout your organization? Is it monitored for best outcomes?
  • Technology
    Don’t retrofit your people to the technology. Partner with a solutions expert to match or build the right technology for your unique business needs.When considering solutions, look for a platform that integrates and automates.

Proactive Security for Navigating Threats, Resource Constraints, and High Costs

  • Unified Security: Establish a proactive strategy to safeguard your enterprise and customers while achieving up to 60% savings with a unified, one-cloud approach to security.
  • Security First: Uphold a “secure by design” approach when modernizing your enterprise, promoting best practices while transitioning to cloud models.
  • Threat Protection: Proactively respond and manage threats across identities, data, devices, apps, and infrastructure to provide continuous security coverage.
  • AI Security: Craft internal guidelines for securely leveraging AI, understanding its role and governing its application within your organization.
  • Zero Trust: Foster a Zero Trust strategy, adapting to the changing needs of modern workplace business models while ensuring readiness for migration and modernization.
  • Risk Management: Amplify visibility into potential risks across your technical estate, enabling readiness for evolving compliance standards and automated information requests.
  • Cyber Defense: Establish layered defense strategies to protect your organization’s reputation, combat cyber-attacks, and secure vital business information and intellectual property.
  • Access Protection: Implement stringent access controls to protect your organization at its edge, preventing phishing and user-focused attacks while ensuring appropriate access rights.
  • Remote Work Security: Equip your business with a modern data platform, safeguarding remote and hybrid work models, enforcing data usage guidelines, and protecting your business.
  • Mergers & Acquisitions Readiness: Develop effective IT integration strategies, simplify security and compliance, and accelerate post-merger activities through meticulous planning and execution.

To meet today’s business demands and when you’re planning a modern data estate, you must have an end-to-end security plan to mitigate risk and to make sure the entirety of your enterprise is protected before, during and after your migration and modernization efforts. Don’t wait to have that conversation. Have it today, and understand how your solutions provider can help.

Jesse Sullivan
EVP, Technical Delivery

Common Concerns for Data Management Leaders

How do business leaders establish the vision and a widely accepted strategy, especially as you navigate the rapidly changing landscape for data? A few of the most common concerns we hear from customers:

  • Managing data quality, provenance, and compliance
  • Navigating internal and external data sourcing
  • Ensuring secure data sharing across the enterprise
  • Establishing a unified data language for collaboration
  • Handling data management in mergers and acquisitions

To learn more on how to navigate the data landscape, check out our podcast, Exchanges.

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Tailored Data Management Guidance: Partnering for Secure and Scalable Governance

Hitachi Solutions partners with you to provide data management guidance that begins with your unique structure, location, how your people leverage data, and how your processes work. This enables us to guide you in a way that is bespoke for your enterprise to ensure your modern data estate is secure through modeled governance and ongoing, scalable management. We don’t begin with technology, we begin by evaluating your data management maturity and needs, and that often begins with business advisory services.

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