Enterprise data is scattered across an organization’s infrastructure, applications, and services. As a result, the data security risks are distributed across data sources and in transit. Data security posture is the collective assessment of data security risks across an organization. Data security posture is a holistic view of risks determined by
Data security posture is a holistic view of risks determined by:
Size and complexity of the surface of data
Size of potential financial loss in the event of a breach
Likelihood of a breach and the level of controls
Data breaches result in financial damage and cause irreparable damage to a company’s reputation and loss of customer trust. Due to the growing number of breaches publicly and heftier penalties, organizations need to quickly understand where, what, and the size of risks they hold.
360 degree view of data
What personal / sensitive data do we have?
Who has access to the data?
Who is using the data?
360 degree view of risks
Identify breach and privacy risks
Prioritize critical risks
Understand trade-offs value vs. risks
Security teams have the impossible job of protecting data while making data ubiquitously available across the organization. We help you identify, prioritize, resolve and monitor data security issues without adding friction to your existing data flows.
Get visibility into who has access to your data, and who is using the data.
Prioritize and resolve risks based on the risk scores.
Automatically scan for the changes in data structures, data content, and usage to continuously estimates risk and surface privacy issues.
Find data assets with sensitive data that are over-exposed to users, potentially posing high privacy risk.
Identify unused data assets that could be archived or deleted, resulting in lower costs and risks.
Surface all users that have wide access privileges and do not actively use the enterprise data.
We integrated multiple disciplines – Privacy Engineering, Risk Modeling, and Artificial Intelligence – to understand your enterprise data environment and find ways to improve your data privacy posture.