Posts Tagged "Protegrity"


Over the last 10 years, the healthcare industry has embraced the Meaningful Use initiative, spending over $20 billion converting paper files to Electronic Health Records (EHR) and adopting computer systems for managing and processing sensitive data in a bid to advance patient care and become more efficient. The goal and logic of the program are sound – by democratizing data, providers, researchers, pharmacies, insurance companies and...

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Protegrity CEO Suni Munshani talks about Privacy Shield and GDPR: U.S. businesses should take a proactive approach now to advance data privacy measures within their own organizations. This requires both a cultural mindshift in the way that data is managed and controlled in the enterprise, as well as a greater emphasis on protecting the data itself as part of a modern secu­rity framework. By raising security standards to match those...

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STAMFORD, CT – March 2, 2016 – Protegrity, the leading provider of data-centric enterprise data security solutions, announced that it has been named a 2016 SC Award winner for Best Database Security Solution. Now in its 19th year, the SC Awards are recognized throughout the security industry as the gold standard of excellence in cybersecurity. Winners, announced at the 2016 SC Awards ceremony last night in San Francisco, were...

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In its Real Estate section, The New York Times published an article and accompanying photographic slideshow describing how Protegrity CEO Suni Munshani is restoring a farmhouse on his property in Easton, Connecticut.   For 22 years, Suni Munshani, a technology entrepreneur who lives in Easton, Conn., with his wife, Tina, and daughter, Saira, dreamed of owning a country home. He had in mind a particular place, set on 10 rolling...

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Infosecurity Magazine news reporter Tara Seals interviewed Protegrity CEO Suni Munshani following the breach of a web site run by Kylie Jenner of the infamous Kardashian family   The Kardashians are often called “over-exposed,” but a flaw in recently launched websites for the celebrity family offered exposure of an entirely different kind: the names and email addresses of more than half a million users. A 19-year-old developer,...

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