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Top Data Security Trends In 2014

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2013 and the first half of the running year have been notable on the data security front in many ways. We can expect several big information security trends to evolve in the near future. Read on to find out whatâs in store for data security till the end of 2014!


In last couple of years, big data has slowly, yet remarkably changed the way businesses operate. Lots of examples from different industries have big data showing ways to tackle huge, complicated data that we have been unable to manage till now. With the last year proving to be highly exciting for trend watchers and major technological developments of 2014 rapidly becoming trends, hopes from the second half of the year are even greater.


Here are the top data security trends to look forward to:
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1. More Focus on Incident Response Planning

Although huge amounts of money have already been spent on business information security, we need to pay more attention to incident response planning. The rest of 2014 will see an increased focus on the capability of responding immediately and efficiently to any probable security incidents.


This will force high-tech planning and practice as a preventive measure. Enterprises will spend more time selecting response team members, reducing the fear of being attacked.
2. The Cloud will be the Key

With more and more businesses relying increasingly on professional cloud services for secure management of their consumer data, there has been an increased emergence of security attacks. However, businesses moving to the cloud now on wards will not find the whole thing as scary as before!


The key is going to be the selection of the right cloud computing architecture for a better control over all your encryption keys. This will help secure all your financial assets and internal project plans as a business. The net result will be fewer attacks targeting computer and mobile devices to gain access to personal or corporate clouds.
3. The SIEM Will Integrate Big Data and Latest Security Measures
Security information and event management (SIEM) will dramatically cut down both security risks and costs for businesses. Where it was a complicated task to interpret event data earlier, executives will now be able to analyze where to focus for better, faster results.
4. The Expansion of Security Scope
Compared to how tough it was earlier to secure a business, enterprises till the end of 2014 and beyond will find their data security sphere expanding considerably. This will include everything from partners and suppliers to all potential customers. A securer corporate environment will lead to a better understanding of the entire business process wherein mutual cooperation will ensure improved productivity.
5. Increased Trust on Professionals
Since most industries are already too tired to manage manpower, equipment, costs and all other aspects of security, theyâll move to data security professionals for better governance. They will drop the idea of spending too much on their own security infrastructure and get into a long term partnership with experts having enough experience and teams of trusted professionals.




2013 and the first half of the running year have been notable on the data security front in many ways. We can expect several big information security trends to evolve in the near future. Read on to find out whatâs in store for data security till the end of 2014!

In last couple of years, big data has slowly, yet remarkably changed the way businesses operate. Lots of examples from different industries have big data showing ways to tackle huge, complicated data that we have been unable to manage till now. With the last year proving to be highly exciting for trend watchers and major technological developments of 2014 rapidly becoming trends, hopes from the second half of the year are even greater.

Here are the top data security trends to look forward to:

Top Data Security Trends In 2014 - Image 1

1. More Focus on Incident Response Planning

Although huge amounts of money have already been spent on business information security, we need to pay more attention to incident response planning. The rest of 2014 will see an increased focus on the capability of responding immediately and efficiently to any probable security incidents.

This will force high-tech planning and practice as a preventive measure. Enterprises will spend more time selecting response team members, reducing the fear of being attacked.

2. The Cloud will be the Key

With more and more businesses relying increasingly on professional cloud services for secure management of their consumer data, there has been an increased emergence of security attacks. However, businesses moving to the cloud now on wards will not find the whole thing as scary as before!

The key is going to be the selection of the right cloud computing architecture for a better control over all your encryption keys. This will help secure all your financial assets and internal project plans as a business. The net result will be fewer attacks targeting computer and mobile devices to gain access to personal or corporate clouds.

3. The SIEM Will Integrate Big Data and Latest Security Measures

Security information and event management (SIEM) will dramatically cut down both security risks and costs for businesses. Where it was a complicated task to interpret event data earlier, executives will now be able to analyze where to focus for better, faster results.

4. The Expansion of Security Scope

Compared to how tough it was earlier to secure a business, enterprises till the end of 2014 and beyond will find their data security sphere expanding considerably. This will include everything from partners and suppliers to all potential customers. A securer corporate environment will lead to a better understanding of the entire business process wherein mutual cooperation will ensure improved productivity.

5. Increased Trust on Professionals

Since most industries are already too tired to manage manpower, equipment, costs and all other aspects of security, theyâll move to data security professionals for better governance. They will drop the idea of spending too much on their own security infrastructure and get into a long term partnership with experts having enough experience and teams of trusted professionals.

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