Introducing data governance¶
Data governance refers to the framework and processes implemented by an organization to manage and safeguard sensitive data against unauthorized access, use, disclosure, modification, or destruction.
Compliance includes defining and implementing policies, procedures, and controls to ensure the availability, integrity, confidentiality, and privacy of data, as well as adhering to applicable laws, regulations, and industry standards.
Being protected by Coro means that your organization is compliant with the following regulatory standards:
Data governance components include:
- Data classification
- Access management
- Data handling and storage
- Data sharing and transfer
- Data retention
- Data breach response
- Data auditing and monitoring
Data governance aims to establish an all-encompassing and proactive strategy for protecting data assets and mitigating risks associated with data breaches, data leaks, data loss, and other security threats.
To learn more about the privacy and security regulations with which Coro can help, see Compliance with Coro.