Monitor confidential data that is being downloaded, copied or transmitted to or from laptops and desktops, including through email or cloud storage. Extend data loss prevention monitoring and protection to iOS and Android devices, whether corporate-owned or user-owned.
The term DLP, which stands for Data Loss Prevention, first hit the market in 2006 and gained some popularity in early part of 2007. Just as we have witnessed the growth of firewalls, intrusion detection systems (IDS) and numerous security products, DLP has already improved considerably and is beginning to influence the security industry. While DLP has been known by several acronyms, in simple terms, it is truly a technology that provides visibility at content level into one's network.
NetEvidence, Inc. understands data loss is largely contributed by employees. This is due to lax security policies on associate use of company assets. Organizations allow the use of Instant messaging, web mail such as Yahoo, Gmail, etc. Some even allow media streaming and P2P file sharing as well. Why would organizations allow the use of web mail and instant messaging knowing they run into the risk of losing sensitive data? This has a lot to do with the culture of the organization. Even the ones with very strict policies find it hard to impose such rules without help.
There have been cases of data loss, where employees were part of such acts at will. One report shows that 45 percent of employees take data when they change jobs. Such is the case with a former HP employee, who had allegedly sent copies of IBM confidential documents to his Vice Presidents at HP. Prior to joining HP, he was employed by IBM and had access to this information. How could this incident have been prevented? Proper implementation of DLP would have marked this data as sensitive and rated it a high criticality. Common exit points of this type of data breach are corporate email, web mail, FTP, removable drives and printing. At any of these exit points DLP would have flagged this activity.
After the discovery of the activity is when NetEvidence really goes to work. We have hardware and software solutions allowing us to help you stay a step ahead of data loss. We merge all of our talents together from forensics, information security, and data loss prevention to provide you with solutions that keep your data from being stolen, and allow you to have the knowledge of the intended or inocent attempts to transmit your data.
NetEvidence's Data loss prevention solution is software and hardware designed to detect potential data breaches / data ex-filtration transmissions and prevent them by monitoring, detecting and blocking sensitive data while in-use (endpoint actions), in-motion (network traffic), and at-rest (data storage).
NetEvidence is ready to assist you with your Data Loss Prevention needs.
Monitoring vs Prevention
Our DLP solution alerts you to questionable activity while monitoring, but most importantly, our solution prevents data from leaving your systems and network.
Partnering with NetEvidence for DLP soltuions allows us to be an extension of your security team. We can manage the DLP stack of hardware and software for you any time you need.
Backup and Storage Requirements
Our solution is scaleable and depending upon the size of your company at the start of our business relationship, we know how to build the perfect DLP solution for you the first time around making every dollar stretch and the solution last for 3-5 years without any additional expense.
Ease of Integration
We have the ability to house our DLP solution for you, or we can install it inside your data center. Either way, it will be seamlessly part of your IT infrastructure.
Another great benefit of working with NetEvidence for your DLP solution, is our independent expert status. If or when the DLP solution leads to an investigation into the events captured by it, we stand ready to assist you all the way through the legal processes if needed.