- Data access is increasingly limited within organizations. Data access privileges are getting hard to come by, and rightly so. According to Gartner:
"59% of privacy incidents originate with an organization's own employees. Worse still — 45% of employee-driven privacy failures come from intentional behavior (though it may not be malicious)."
- Limiting attack surfaces has become a high priority for companies that suffer major financial and reputational setbacks when data leaks happen. Protecting perimeters is no longer enough. Reducing the amount of unsafe data within the walls of organizations is more important than ever.
- Most data strategies are not only unsafe but also seriously inefficient, with data scientists spending 80% of their time finding, cleaning, and organizing data.