DgSECURE MONITOR

 

IDENTIFY A POTENTIAL DATA BREACH IN MINUTES, NOT MONTHS.

Most companies don’t know they’ve had a data breach until months after the damage has been done. A 2015 study by the Ponemon Institute found that malicious attacks can take an average of 256 days to identify while data breaches caused by human error take an average of 158 days to identify. It also confirmed that the longer it takes to identify a breach, the greater the cost.

Why does it take so long? With a plethora of security technologies in place, enterprises must sift through mounds of data about their data before understanding where real threats exist.

DgSecure Monitor offers an early warning system focused solely on safeguarding the sensitive data an organization truly cares about, cutting through the clutter to detect potential data breaches in just minutes. It keeps track of who is doing what to your organization’s sensitive data—whether stored on premiseS or in the cloud—and delivers real-time, policy-based alerts whenever unauthorized access or unusual access behavior occurs.

DgSECURE MONITOR CAPABILITIES:

  • Fast and easy creation of sensitive data governance policies using pre-built or custom templates—no coding required
  • Continuous monitoring of all attempts to access sensitive data and the results (e.g., read, write, delete, copy, failed attempts)
  • Immediate alerting to direct policy violations
  • Immediate alerting to atypical user behavior, based on profile analytics and machine learning—crucial to detecting threats from stolen insider credentials
  • Comprehensive coverage across on-premises and cloud environments, including Hadoop, Cassandra, Amazon S3, and Blob storage
  • Dashboard views of alerts, policies, metrics, and trends to understand the extent of monitoring coverage and potential exposure of sensitive data types or sources

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RESOURCES

In 2015, there were a total of 781 data breaches in the United States alone involving 169,068,506 personal records. – Identity Theft Resource Center 2016

For retail and consumer organizations, damage to brand/reputation caused by cyberattacks was up 72% in 2015. – PwC, The Global State of Information Security Survey 2016

In the United States, 88% of CEOs are somewhat or extremely concerned about cyber threats. – PwC 2016 US CEO Global Survey