Data Loss Prevention

Nowadays, preventing data loss is an important factor in the context of comprehensive cyber security. Losses occur on several levels. This needs to be prevented.

Losses occur on several levels: at rest (data storage), in motion (network traffic) and during use (workstations). We provide this prevention (Data Loss Prevention: DLP) with software for detecting violations in the transmission of data and blocking the execution of such transfers. This is for protecting confidential information in cloud storage repositories, on file and web servers, in databases and on workstations.

Key benefits:

Comprehensive overview of confidential data, where it is stored and who accesses it.
Comprehensive control over confidential information.
Protection against theft and disclosure of confidential information.
Restricting and filtering for web browsing.
Controlling usage of an applications for users.
GDPR compliance.

Database Activity, Vulnerability Monitoring and Encryption

Modern data environments are complex, so it is important to choose a solution that comprehensively protects data, controls access and is in line with the company’s business policy.

Database activity monitoring

Modern data environments are complex, with data stored in a variety of on-premises and cloud platforms across the organisation. You need a data protection solution that can monitor and protect your sensitive data at its source, provide visibility and insights into potential threats and simplify compliance auditing and reporting.

Our solution can discover and classify data, set entitlement controls and monitor user activity to help protect sensitive data across your hybrid multi-cloud environments. It uses predictive analytics to help discover hidden threats.

Database encryption

Encryption should be your first and last line of defence. Place protection as close to your data as possible while still enabling authorised users to perform their jobs. Obscure sensitive data with flexible encryption solutions that safeguard data wherever it is stored.

Database vulnerabilities

What you don’t know can hurt you. Data infrastructure is highly complex and constantly evolving. Misconfigured databases and user accounts can create vulnerabilities and a lack of visibility into your sensitive data can hide data-related business risk.

Discover the security gaps in your environments, understand data risk and take informed action to mitigate vulnerabilities. Use next-generation data discovery, classification and robust vulnerability scanning to locate and resolve database vulnerability exposures.

Key benefits:

Discover and classify sensitive data automatically.
Monitor data access patterns, encrypt data and respond to threats in real time.
Simplify data privacy and security compliance.
Monitor and audit all data activity.
Enforce security policies in real time (act as a database firewall).
Data masking and encryption.
Minimal performance impact.
DBA is no longer a “trusted person”.
Compliance reporting takes minutes instead of days.

Hardware security module (HSM)

From payment methods such as credit cards to personal customer information and business data, organizations that handle any of this information need to ensure they’re protected.

A hardware security module (HSM) is designed to provide an exceptionally high level of security to businesses in a variety of industries that need to safeguard their data. 

HSM can encrypt and decrypt information and can manage digital keys. They’re made specifically to protect sensitive data.

Hardware security modules are a must for companies that handle payment data such as credit or debit cards, but other businesses can benefit from using HSMs as well.

Key benefits:

HSM provides maximum security against external threats. It’s safe to use and helps protect against malicious hacks.
HSM is storing cryptographic key in just one place. Unlike storing a key in software, the HSM keeps the key, making it easier to track and safeguard. The key cannot leave the device.
HSM offers tamper-proof protection. HSM is tamper-resistant, providing a level of security that’s difficult to achieve when using software alone.
HSM are certified by FIPS 140-2 Level 3 and 4 (physical security), CC (Common Criteria) and PCI.