The insider threat of the modern enterprise
Data exfiltration remains the most common type of insider threat in the U.S. The way employees and contractors access critical data has increased exponentially with the introduction of cloud-based products Like Google Drive, OneDrive, Slack, Teams O365, and Salesforce to just name a few.
Data Loss Prevention is a business-critical issue.
The loss of data can have a devastating impact on a company, compromising its operations and reputation. Data loss prevention is the process of safeguarding data from accidental or unauthorized deletion, alteration, or destruction. Data loss prevention strategies typically involve the use of security measures such as encryption and access control. However, the most effective data loss prevention strategy is often simply to have a good backup plan in place. By regularly backing up data, businesses can protect themselves against the loss of critical information.
viLogics offers different types of DLP solutions custom-tailored to your company’s needs.
The best solutions for your business will depend on your specific needs and business environment. Some common features of Data Loss Prevention (DLP) solutions include encryption, data leakage detection, and access control. By implementing a DLP solution, you can help to protect your business from the damaging effects of data loss.
Any business that relies on computers to store sensitive information needs a data loss prevention solution.
There are many possible solutions, but each business will have different needs. Here are three examples of DLP solutions that viLogics offers to businesses.
First, businesses can encrypt their data. This means that even if someone does manage to get access to the data, they won’t be able to read it without the encryption key.
Second, businesses can use access control measures to restrict who can see and use sensitive information. For example, they might give employees different levels of access depending on their job role. This ensures that only people who need to see the data can see it, and that people who shouldn’t have access don’t get it.
Third, businesses can back up their data regularly. This means that if there is a security breach or a hardware failure, the business will still have a copy of their important data.
Whichever solution a business chooses, it’s important to make sure that the solution fits the business’s needs. Data loss prevention is essential for any business that relies on computers to store sensitive information.
From small business to international enterprise, no organization is immune from a disaster. Threats could be anything from natural disasters or human error in data security and customer information; even if you are prepared for those occurrences, an event that has never happened before can have devastating consequences on your operations. If you’re unsure of how well-prepared your company is against these risks – don’t worry! It’s important to start with assessing what needs fixing first so it doesn’t cause trouble down the line (or worse).
Recovery Point Objective (RPO). The maximum amount of time that you are willing to lose data on your systems because of an event. Recovery Time Objective (RTO). How fast you can recover from the moment of a disaster to the moment when normal operations resume, which is also known as “recovery.” Different organizations have different rates at which they believe appropriate for recovery point objectives and recovery time objectives.
For businesses, large and small, ensuring critical IT systems will survive disaster with proprietary data, applications and operations intact really matters. Until recently, disaster recovery services were reserved for large scale businesses with the budgets and the expertise to implement the required servers, storage systems, network infrastructure and ongoing maintenance needed for the logical duplication of a primary processing site.If a business has outages and disruptions that are costing them money, then cloud-based disaster recovery might be the most cost-effective way to recover quickly. With this option, an organization is able to keep their virtual environments ready so they can spring back into action in just minutes or seconds as soon as something happens. With Hybrid Cloud Disaster Recovery, companies are able to use a public cloud and private data center. This provides for the greatest degree of flexibility-which saves costs in addition to meeting any regulatory or compliance needs you might have.
- Improving the availability of your critical applications by extending your existing data center to the cloud
- Significantly reducing overhead costs of legacy on-premise DR solutions
- Simplifying the complexities of DR site planning, architecture and capabilities into a single set of tools designed to work together
- Delivering a user-friendly interface that provides visibility to the state of your back-ups, replicas, and servers
- Providing scalability to cover as many VM’s, databases, storage systems and sites as needed
- Offering the flexibility to align with most servers, databases, back-ups and network technologies, as well as to mix and match operating systems, virtualization platforms and database management systems
- Automating management of virtual machines, back-ups and replicas for easier point and click failover testing
- Helping meet compliance requirements with the ability to easily show data location and control parameters to auditors
The TSO2 Fortress keeps destructive cybersecurity enemies out of your IT network and infrastructure.