Data Security

Data Security refers to the process of protecting data from unauthorized access and data corruption throughout its life-cycle. Data security includes data encryption, hashing, tokenization, and key management practices that protect data across all applications and platforms.

Data Classifications

A key part of data security. Data classification is an approach to identifying, protecting and managing information which has rapidly become best practice. Implemented as part of a layered security strategy, it enables an enterprise to defend itself against a variety of threats – from aggressive outsiders to untrained or well-meaning insiders – while unlocking the full potential of its data to drive innovation and productivity.

Data In Transmission (In Transit)

Data In Transit is traveling from a location to another location across the Internet or a private network. 


Goode Cyber Security can analyze your Data Transmission Protocols and recommend improvements or upgrades. There are several encryption protocols that are best practices. You should also encrypt the actual transmission method, This means sending encrypted data through an encrypted transport method for extra security. Data Storage Encryption (At Rest)

A Data Storage Encryption (At Rest)

Data At Rest is not traveling to anywhere such as data storing on hard drives. Data Storage Encryption is targeting on protecting inactive data on a location, network, and devices.

Depending on your Database Oracle,SQL Server etc. Goode Cyber Security can recommend best practices to ensure your data is encrypted at rest.