Ensuring the sensitive data within your organization is in the right hands is crucial to keeping that data from being maliciously exposed. Internal employees can maliciously act out for many reasons and expose the organization's sensitive data to a number of sources, which can destroy the organization.
The digital landscape is doubling in size every two years. By 2020, the data we create and copy annually will reach 44 trillion gigabytes. With so much data to manage, one of the biggest challenges is knowing where your sensitive data resides.
Compliance affects every business, no matter the vertical or size. Organization's need to prove that they are implementing the required measures to keep their customer's sensitive data safe. Failure to do so can result in extremely hefty fines which can ultimately take down small to mediurn sized businesses.
Organizations can implement a data loss prevention software to understand the structure and location of their high value data within their organization. Data Loss Prevention software will enable businesses of all sizes to analyze the movement and storage of sensitive data across their network and beyond, as well as protect sensitive information from exposure by employees and third parties. By building an action plan, organizations can keep their sensitive data secure in today's digital transformation.
You can monitor and act on data in motion, data in use, and data at rest.
Scan and monitor outbound web and email traffic.
Monitor how your data is used on endpoints, discover sensitive data stored on cornputers and laptops and control the use of USB devices, screenshots, clipboard, printing, CD/DVDs, etc.
Easily scan servers and databases for sensitive information.
Credit card information?
Identifiable health information?
Begin discovering, monitoring and controlling the movement and storage of your sensitive data now.Protect Data Now
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