Securing Personal & Corporate Data

In the event that your infrastructure is breached during an attack, protecting your most critical asset, data, is crucial during a cybersecurity incident.

Melurna’s Data Defense Strategy Can Help Mitigate Corporate Risk


As our digital landscape continues to evolve, data has become one of, if not the most valuable commodity in the world. Whether it is personally identifiable information (PII), corporate information (CI), government information (GI) data, or other trade secrets, creating, following and administering proper data handling procedures within your organization and across departments may help reduce corporate and compliance risk.


More than half of all organizations leave thousands of sensitive files accessible to all employees.


71% of all data breaches are motivated by financial gain.

206 days

During 2019, it took an average of 206 days, or 7 months to identify a data breach within an organization.


On average, only 5% of company’ folders and the data contained are properly secured.

Working Together to Ensure Data Integrity

Securing your organization's data can be the last line of defense during an attack or cybersecurity incident. Our team will perform a data handling audit, which will allow us to work together with your team to create standard operating procedures and data handling policies.

Understanding how an organization handles data is the first step in understanding how to secure it.

How is data obtained and/or created?
How is data stored?
What data sets are stored together?
Who has access to the data?
How and when is the is data used?
What is the data encryption policy?

By understanding the way in which an organization handles data, recommendations can be made to ensure that data handling practices and procedures are implemented seamlessly so as not to impede the function of your organization.

Securing Your Corporate Data in the Event of a Breach

After a thorough audit of data handling practices, Melurna’s team is available to work with key members of your organization to create and implement data storage best practices, helping you to mitigate the business risks associated with suffering a data breach.
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