Antoine Roex, OAKland Group

Find out what advanced methods large enterprises are using to manage data risk in 2024. This article explores the key cybersecurity, regulatory compliance and information governance strategies that enable multinationals to effectively protect their digital assets from growing threats. Strengthen your understanding of leading data security practices and see how you can apply them to your organisation.

Developing corporate cultures focused on data security

Large companies are investing in the creation of corporate cultures where data security is an absolute priority. This involves not only regular training for all employees in security best practice, but also strict policies on data management and sharing. Reinforcing this culture requires accountability at every level, from trainee to CEO, emphasising the importance of every action in protecting the company’s data.

Adoption of advanced security models

The ‘Zero Trust’ security model has become standard for many companies, working on the principle that no user or device is trusted by default. This approach requires rigorous authentication and authorisation for every attempt to access network resources, minimising the risk of internal breaches. Large enterprises are also investing in advanced encryption and monitoring technologies to protect data at rest and in transit.

Proactive risk management for new technologies

With the advent of artificial intelligence and megadata, cybersecurity risks are changing and multiplying. Large companies need to stay at the forefront of technology to anticipate these risks. This includes using artificial intelligence to strengthen defences, detect potential threats and automate responses to security incidents. However, the use of AI can also introduce new vulnerabilities, such as the manipulation of machine learning algorithms.

Strengthening cross-sector collaboration
Finally, large companies are recognising that managing data risk is not an isolated struggle. They are increasingly collaborating with other organisations, sectors and even governments to establish data security standards and share risk management practices. This collaboration helps to create more robust systems, reduces duplication of effort and enables a faster, more coordinated response to emerging threats.

Managing data risk in large enterprises in 2024 requires a multi-dimensional approach, centred on corporate culture, advanced technologies, proactivity in the face of innovation and extensive collaboration. The cybersecurity landscape is changing rapidly as technology advances, making it essential for these organisations to constantly adapt to effectively defend their digital assets. Data security is no longer just a matter of technology, but of overall business strategy, where every employee plays a crucial role and where external collaboration can reinforce internal defences. In this context, companies that adopt a holistic and agile approach to data risk are not only positioning their operations for optimal security, but are also shaping the future of business and technology.

References :

  1. Deloitte US – Emerging Data Risks: Future of Risk in the Digital Era:
  2. Samsung Business Insights – Top data center security risks to look out for in 2024:
  3. ISACA – Securing the Future: Enhancing Cybersecurity in 2024 and Beyond:

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