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What is information governance?

Information governance is how you direct your organisation’s approach to cybersecurity. It determines how you detect, prevent and respond to incidents, while ensuring your security strategies are aligned with business requirements and applicable laws and regulations.

When done correctly, governance and control measures will coordinate your organisation’s security activities and make sure everyone’s on the same page.

It’s not just about implementing cybersecurity protocols but making sure that your team understands and follows those protocols. To effectively safeguard your IT environment, cybersecurity decision making must happen at all levels.

This means identifying the cybersecurity decisions that need to be made, the people that need to make them, and the information they require to make informed, proactive and compliant choices.

It’s not enough for an organisation to state that cybersecurity risks are unacceptable. A unified plan of action is required so people at all levels know what constitutes a risk and understand the security priorities of your organisation.

You have compliance

Removing end of
life operating

password policy
to remove weak

Risks with
clinical and

Clean weak
policies and more

Stop lateral

Security beyond
the perimeter

& Control

creation of

Making your
staff the first line
of defence and
reduce their
security impact

NIS and

Clean up group
and access

Block Malicious
attachments and
fake websites

Enforce least
privilege access

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At Core to Cloud, we’re here to give you the lowdown on information governance and protecting your IT environment. With a consultative approach, we’ll discuss our vendors in detail to identify a bespoke solution for your organisation.


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