JWM Provides Three Levels of Solutions for Data Management
Regardless of the size of the enterprise, the data it creates needs to be protected, whether in an onsite server room or at a data center. When a business imagines a corporate data breach, they’re probably picturing black-hat hackers pursued by cybercrime investigators. The reality is often more mundane. Only around a half of breaches involve hacking, according to one recent report.In fact, physical protection is equally important in data protection
How much could a data breach cost enterprise?
In the absence of appropriate physical server security, the mundane can be dangerous and expensive. Recent research for IBM by the Ponemon Institute estimates the average total cost of a data breach at $3.86 million (€3.57 million). According to the same benchmark report, this average is rising, by 6.4% in the last year alone. Some of the highest breach costs are borne by companies in Europe, including Germany, France, Italy and the UK.
Such costs can be direct: in business disruption, lost mailing lists or disabled logistics software. They can be indirect: an erosion of customer trust and damaged “brand equity. Hard-earned goodwill and positive reputations are quickly reversed. Costs also come from fines levied by government and supranational regulators. As Big Data gets bigger, so does the regulatory landscape for data handling.
To ensure maximum security of their servers, JWM proposed a data management security solution.
Level 1: Perimeter security ensures only authorized personnel enter a data storage building. Access is only possible here using authorized smart keys.
Level 2: Use a door device with a built-in smart lock to control access to the server room.At the same time, physical security must also include water- and dustproofing, electromagnetic security and protection against other physical threats to servers and data.
Level 3: Final level of physical data security is a company’s server rack or cabinet. Smart management system can accurately authorize the role of personnel entering the server rooms. Achieve accurate employee screening.