Data Discovery & Classification
Data Discovery and Classification sets a solid foundation for your cybersecurity strategy, giving you scan-generated visibility into the what, why, where and how of your data. From there, you can easily strategize a scalable security solution that tailored to your specific data needs and uses AND enforce policies business-wide.
Identify & Locate Your Data
Nearly 90% of security leaders say they don’t have adequate visibility of the data that they are required to protect. Powered by machine learning, the Data Discovery tool scans your company’s cloud applications, cloud hosted and on-premises servers and desktops to identify, track, manage and report on sensitive data in real time.
Classify Your Data
Every business owner and stakeholder has a vested interest in understanding the types of sensitive data used, stored and shared by your business, so it can be properly managed and protected. Whether warranted by governance, regulatory compliance, insurance requirements, breach avoidance, or the need to simplify your cybersecurity strategy; Data Classification consistently categorizes your data based on pre-defined criteria. The tool also allows you to tag sensitive data and personally identifiable information (PII), then build a comprehensive audit trail and data inventory that will arm you with the details you need to manage your next audit.
When businesses can’t determine what data was exposed in a breach, third parties assume ALL data was breached. Scoring metrics through Data Discovery and Classification quantify your risk with regulation-based benchmarking, built using the NIST framework and CIS controls. Using this tool, you can prove what data remains untouched by attackers; in turn speeding breach recovery, and drastically reducing associated costs.
Data Questions Every Business Owner Needs Answered:
- What types of data do I use, store and share?
- How much sensitive data do I have?
- Where is my data located?
- Who has access to my data?
- What data should be classified?
- What levels of classification are there?
- How can I calculate data exposure risk?
- What do auditors and insurers want to know about my data?
- What controls are needed to protect my sensitive data?
- How can I enforce data protection policies?
- Haw can I prioritize my cybersecurity efforts?