Every person in your organization can make use of data, but so can outsiders. That’s why it’s important to always stay one step ahead of hackers by investing in a reliable Business Intelligence (BI) software. Keeping your customers’ and businesses’ information secure is of the utmost importance, so as you work to analyze and democratize your data, here are some things to keep in mind.

Protect Your Datasets
Your datasets probably house some very sensitive information. Whether they’re confidential personnel records, patient health information or important internal financials, getting them into the wrong hands can spell disaster. Sophisticated BI systems like Dyntell Bi allow you to control what specific pieces of data individual users can access with permission management. That way, you can ease new employees into the data they are allowed to see and manipulate, protecting it from mishaps.

Project Your Dashboards
On a broader level, keeping your dashboards safe from editing or accidental manipulation from other teams is also important to the integrity of your data, but sharing that information openly among your organization is an important part of communicating larger insights. Administrative controls will allow for permissions to be restricted as to who can do what in certain reports, giving you the ability to ensure who has overarching power to see and change information within your organization. Taking the time to designate these individuals and train them on the proper use of your BI solution is an important step in ensuring your long-term success with data analytics.

Protect Your System
At this highest level, your business needs to invest on a BI solution that is safe from outside attack, especially if your organization is handling your customers’ personal information. Not only does this mean conducting regular testing on your system’s security to look at for any flaws, but it also requires you to make the best choice regarding which program you use to analyze your data. Dyntell Bi keeps pace with the latest security knowledge, working to make sure that your data is safe and secure at all times.

 

CAN YOUR DATA KEEP YOU SAFE, TOO?

While there is a certain amount of risk that comes with the data any business uses, data analytics software can actually be used to help keep this information safe. At the end of the day, BI programs function by detecting patterns over time. They use these patterns to make predictions that help you find solutions that fit your business. But in finding patterns, BI tools can also spot anomalies that indicate unusual behavior. Once you’re alerted to these inconsistencies, you can evaluate if your data has been compromised and take immediate action to protect your business and your customers.

LET’S GET STARTED

Not only does Dyntell Bi have the capacity to import data from the various tools your business uses; the technology to analyze and then visualize that data in different, customizable ways; the power to use that data to predict future trends; and the security that you and your customers can rely on, it can also help keep you and your customers safe from the dangers of a digital economy. Sign up today to receive a demo and learn more about how Dyntell Bi can protect you while making your data come alive.

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