Here at Cybergate Defense, we use the latest technology in the Cyber Security industry to help secure IT infrastructure for businesses across the UAE.
Data Loss Prevention or DLP, is a security solution to protect and monitor your valuable and classified data from misuse, or leakage by your employee.
Data Loss Prevention gives you the broadest coverage and control, including Windows, macOS, and Linux endpoints. As more organizations are running multi-OS environments nowadays, a DLP platform is needed to cover all the OS variants and reduce the gaps in your environment.
The DLP agent captures and records all of the end-users and system events and activities, including cutting, pasting, deleting or moving a file, a folder or any document in your environment whether the user is off or on premises. The agent delivers visibility and control to the data owners or those with data responsibilities apply an access control policy to all the files within an organization.
Users can be restricted from transferring or downloading classified files through alerts or block notifications. Granular controls let you fine tune responses based on user, risk level, or other factors. From simply logging all actions to automated blocking, you can prevent data loss before it happens.
A DLP agent will reduce the risk of data loss at your greatest point of risk [User’s endpoint/Desktops].
As delivering a matured and effective DLP solution is considered time-consuming and needs great efforts and cooperation, the CG Team offers data classification consultancy and DLP deployment to help and assist government entities with data protection best practices and successful deployment approaches.
Our offering on Data Consultancy and DLP contains a set of tools and processes used to ensure that sensitive data is not lost, misused, or accessed by unauthorized users.
DLP software classifies regulated, confidential and business critical data and identifies violations of policies defined by organizations or within a predefined policy pack, typically driven by regulatory compliance such as HIPAA, PCI–DSS, or GDPR.
Once those violations are identified, DLP enforces remediation with alerts, encryption, and other protective actions to prevent end users from accidentally or maliciously sharing data that could put the organization at risk.
Data Loss Prevention software and tools monitor and control endpoint activities, filter data streams on corporate networks, and monitor data in the cloud to protect data that is at rest, in motion, or in use.
DLP also provides reporting to meet compliance and auditing requirements and identifies areas of weakness or anomalies for forensics and incident response.