Research

Research

How one Canadian tech innovator used industry standards to earn trust

The Canadian software corporation at the forefront of a new era of digital trade has prioritized an approach that brings cryptocurrency closer to the masses through safe and secure investing opportunities. The company’s approach in promoting transparency and intelligent investing, has been reaffirmed using a Verify™ assessment. A thorough security assessment reduces risk and increases financial security for those who buy, sell, and trade, creating the foundation for future expansion. Informatica security audits take a top-down approach where your information systems are audited to determine whether they are resilient and provide a way for your organization’s trust to be publicly proven. Related SectorsFintechHealth ScienceIndustries & Utilities

Security Audits

Security Audits

How an assessment helped a small business become cyber resilient

With Security, Ignorance Is Never Bliss. A Toronto-based small business was able to enhance it’s security posture through a standardized security audit called Verify™. The audit provided clarity into the company’s security processes that allowed the company to become cyber resilient and earn investor confidence. In 2021, cyberattacks that target small businesses increased by 43%, so it’s important to safeguard your organization from the hazards of the digital world by routinely analyzing your internal systems, processes, and procedures. Information systems are audited by Informatica’s security and privacy experts to help organizations map out the lifecycle of information from capture to destruction, while ensuring its security from beginning to end.Related SectorsPublicly Traded CompaniesInformation TechnologyRetail

Project Management

Project Management

How one healthcare documentation firm kept its patient records safe from hackers

The increasing electronic exchange of patient health information enabled the Toronto-based healthcare documentation provider to understand the need in adopting a privacy management program to keep its patient records safe from hackers.For healthcare providers, patient data is a valuable asset that must be carefully protected in order to gain patient’s trust. Privacy compliance is a means to demonstrate your commitment to offering exceptional services in a safe environment with established processes. Informatica’s privacy experts help businesses to stay compliant and ensure organizations attain high-grade cybersecurity. Related SectorsInformation TechnologyPublicly Traded CompaniesEdtech

Risk Assessment

Risk Assessment

How assessing risk helped a technology firm avoid a data breach by 73%

The Toronto-based technology firm conducted a security risk assessment to discover vulnerabilities and patch holes in its defenses before a breach. A cyberattack that goes unnoticed or un prevented could result in financial ruin. So businesses should stay ahead by assessing its risks. An assessment turns intangible concepts such as security, risk, and prevention into tangible realities with monetary implications that allow you to fine-tune your defenses and lessen the danger of a fatal data breach.Informatica assessments are deep dives into your systems, processes, and technology to assess whether your security measures up. Assessments from certified security and privacy experts show you where you stand and where you need to improve to attain high-grade cybersecurity.Related SectorsFintech Health Science Industries & Utilities

Privacy Program Creation

Privacy Program Creation

How a public company rapidly recovered from the massive cyberattack in just 5 days

The ability to recognize and respond to security incidents and events is critical when an organization’s reputation, revenue, and  trust are at stake. With the help of its incident response plan, the Canadian public company was able to quickly recover from the massive cyberattack in just 5 days.Being proactive enables companies to respond more effectively by gaining a better knowledge of threat intentions and  defenses related to prospective dangers. As a result, planning and incident response is one of the most important measures for determining an organization’s maturity and capabilities.Incident response simulations offer organizations the chance to experience the chaos of a cyberattack without dealing with the consequences of one. Informatica’s tabletop exercises test team’s know-how, and audited scenarios allow for post-exercise feedback to let businesses know how their team can improve in the event of a real cyberattack.Related SectorsFintech Health Science Industries & Utilities

Course Development

Course Development

How Informatica’s Cyber Training helped a small business save time & money

In many organizations, employees are underprepared when it comes to protecting themselves and their company from cyberattacks. Understanding the need of having cybersecurity-aware employees, a Toronto-based small firm enrolled in Informatica’s cybersecurity awareness training, which not only saved time and money but also improved security.In a nutshell, cybersecurity training programmes will lower the chance of data breaches. Employees will have a better understanding of what constitutes a red flag and this can help businesses avoid making costly errors. Cybersecurity and safety training isn’t just a one-time thing; for any successful organization, it’s a regular part of doing business. Informatica security training gives employees the tools they need to put security first and be successful.Related SectorsPublicly Traded Companies Information Technology Retail

Employee Certification

Employee Certification

How an edtech company reduced the risk of data leaks by keeping a check on privacy

Most businesses continue to place a high value on privacy. A Toronto-based edtech startup was able to reduce the risk of data breaches and increase multi-tenancy possibilities by assessing its privacy posture. Due to an increase in the number of laws prohibiting un authorized access to critical data, privacy compliance is the need of the hour.  Being compliant not only protects the privacy of customers, but it also boosts brand value and gives you a competitive advantage. Informatica’s privacy experts help businesses to stay compliant and ensure organizations attain high-grade cybersecurity. Related SectorsGovernmentNon ProfitsIndustries & Utilities

Enterprise Information Strategy

Enterprise Information Strategy

Information is your most important asset and should be managed as securely and efficiently as any other important asset. Our strategy sessions are designed to help you map out the lifecycle of information in the enterprise, from capture to destruction, while ensuring its security from beginning to end.