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Security and privacy usually go hand in hand, but they can also conflict. For example, encryption keeps sensitive information away from prying eyes, but it can also disguise malware sneaking onto your network. Saving incident data indefinitely can help you analyze security threats in the archived data, but if the data isn't anonymized, it's at permanent risk of a privacy breach.
You want to protect the privacy of your customers, employees, and partners, but you also need to protect your infrastructure. Fortunately, there's a middle ground between "If you aren't doing anything wrong, you shouldn't mind being watched" and "If you're not doing anything wrong, you shouldn't be watched at all." Xantrion can help you find it. Call us to learn more.