Meeting Risk and Compliance Requirements – A Teleran Case Study

Meeting Risk and Compliance Requirements While Expanding the Business Value of Data-Intensive Applications – An Information Management Perspective
Protecting Your Big Database Applications

Organizations continue to expand their use of Big Data, Data Warehousing, and Analytics to gain insights to grow their revenue and profits. The idea that more and more information can be stored and ready for use in a few massive databases is very attractive from a business perspective. However, these large and dynamic databases applications, often accessible to thousands of employees, typically contain sensitive company and customer data. As cybersecurity threats continue to rise, these large database systems are increasingly vulnerable to data breaches and misuse. Bloomberg just reported a fact we all probably knew: that 2016 was a record breaking year for data breaches. Read Here:


Reducing Risk – Driving Business Value

This is the very real problem organizations face today: How to balance growing data protection and regulatory compliance demands while ensuring that these business-critical systems are accessible and valuable to the business users. Organizations that have successfully found this balance have done so by establishing strong partnerships between Information Management and their Security and Compliance counterparts and deploying software technology that delivers both business visibility and protection in one centralized system.

This case study was written by two Information Management executives from a leading financial services organization. It describes how the Information Management group worked together with Audit, Risk and Compliance teams to address these two key imperatives: efficiently ensuring the security and compliance while improving the visibility and business impact of these dynamic, business-critical applications.

Teleran Solution – Establishing Protection and Business Visibility

The case study reveals how Teleran’s software solution enabled the company to meet their protection and business value imperatives quickly and efficiently. The results were clear: They reduced audit exceptions by 30%, minimized internal and external audit costs and increased the business value, performance and cost efficiency of these large database applications.


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