Organizations are faced with a dizzying array of security solutions and options. Given the complexities of your business processes, networks, and regulatory compliance, choosing the right solution to solve your data security challenges is no easy task.
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Data loss prevention (DLP) refers to a comprehensive approach covering people, processes, and systems that identify, monitor, and protect data in use (e.g., endpoint actions), data in motion (e.g., network actions), and data at rest (e.g., data storage) through deep content inspection and with a centralized management framework.
Security information and event management (SIEM) is an approach to security management that seeks to provide a holistic view of an organization’s information technology (IT) security. The underlying principle of a SIEM system is that relevant data about an enterprise’s security is produced in multiple locations and being able to look at all the data from a single point of view makes it easier to spot trends and see patterns that are out of the ordinary.
Threats and risks to databases have increased and therefore, the need for securing databases has also increased. However, database security is sometimes not given as much thought and effort as other areas of computer security. Hackers have been able to target large databases in recent years to obtain sensitive information like credit card numbers and other personal information. It is important to protect databases against these risks, and this is where database security comes into place.
Endpoint security is an approach to network protection that requires each computing device on a corporate network to comply with certain standards before network access is granted. Endpoints can include PCs, laptops, smart phones, tablets and specialized equipment.
Web 2.0 has changed how companies use the Internet. Employees are creating content and, in moments, sharing it with thousands of others. Web security solutions must control the flow of sensitive information, instantly categorize new sites and dynamic content and proactively discover new security threats.