For UK companies, data security is becoming more and more expensive. Consumer demand to secure their sensitive information has increased due to ICO fines, which reached record highs in 2021. Numerous businesses have therefore made investments in new procedures to protect their “crown jewels.”
Information that is lost, neglected, or underutilised is known as “dark data,” and it is frequently the outcome of a user’s regular digital interactions. Employee information, a record of financial transactions, or private correspondence may fall under this category. This data can exist anywhere, dispersed across all departments of a business and a wide range of data repositories, from data lakes to applications.