Data is at the core of what a business owns. For technology companies, critical intellectual property (IP) including copyrights (source code, designs, arts, databases) and trade secrets (formulas, patterns, processes) need to be protected. They also have other valuable data such as customer lists, employee information, and product roadmaps.
Technology companies need to know who accesses this high-risk data, and when, where and why it is accessed – something they lack visibility into today. Legacy DLP solutions and system-centric solutions such as SIEMs cannot effectively protect the data as they lack the visibility needed.
In addition, visibility into data handling is simply not enough. To efficiently protect the data, companies need to be able to detect, identify, and respond in real time.
Most technology companies have tech-savvy employees. These employees - with access to sensitive data, servers, and applications - are likely to be sophisticated users who have better knowledge of how to circumvent security measures and therefore pose a major risk.
Choose Reveal to identify and manage risks associated with employees accessing critical IP, to prevent data exfiltration attempts, and to educate employees how to handle data correctly.
Individual user profiles shed light on how data is accessed and used, with optional anonymization for privacy. With user activity monitoring, you can protect your systems and data from those who already have privileged access and knowledge of sensitive data and systems.
Continuous monitoring provides visibility into user behaviour, data access, and system use. Security operators can search on file, USB device, connection, browser, application events, and more.
The lightweight Reveal Agent has minimal impact on employees’ productivity, performing incident-based training, advanced content inspection, policies, machine learning, and automated enforcement with efficient CPU usage.
Built-in policies for data tracking, cyber hygiene, and malicious activity that can detect and defend against various risks. Policies run against computers and users, providing insight into how users access files, applications, and systems, which determine specific areas of risk.
Constant enforcement without exception–whether they are remote or working offline. Enforcing employee adherence to corporate policies such as Acceptable Use Policy (AUP), Information Security Policy (ISP) and more.
Reports highlight instances of careless, malicious, and accidental behavior over time, allowing you to assess the effectiveness of your security controls and identify areas for improvement. Reports can be easily exported to share with leadership.