Too Much Data, Too Many Tools, Not Enough Time and Not Enough Expertise
The use of multiple security tools provides a partial and incomplete picture of your security. SIEMs serve up a massive volume of irrelevant logs, resulting in “Garbage In, Garbage Out”. Next Generation Firewalls provide network and application security, not data security, DLP is blindly hard-coded enforcement for sensitive data without any visibility, UEBA offers user focused reporting but no real-time data visibility, while CASB provides SaaS data security, but no visibility to internal data movement and EDR is limited to endpoints with agents installed - none of these provide an overall global view.
Furthermore, using multiple technologies requires extensive configuration long deployment times and specialized security expertise to operate and analyze incident information which contributes to undetected breaches, analyst fatigue, and inefficient investigations.
Like The 5 Blind Men and The Elephant Who Each Describe The Situation Differently Based on The Data Available - Disparate and siloed security technologies offer accurate but partial and incomplete information -so nobody has a complete understanding of the problem.
"70 percent of security industry professionals believe threat intelligence is often too voluminous and/or complex to provide actionable insights." - Ponemon
See how our industry first patent-pending network hologram reduces complexity and provides actionable insights.
Today's Enterprise Needs Real-time Anomaly Detection for Sensitive Business Data in Motion
A digital transformation has created a new threat landscape as sensitive business data flows freely across the distributed enterprise. The vast majority of security incidents and breaches are about sensitive business data being moved or touched in illegitimate ways. Data security is the ultimate goal for all security efforts undertaken by enterprises. Even though enterprises deploy a number of security products for network protections, application protections, and threat detection, they offer little visibility into what happens to the sensitive data before, during, and after the breaches. Instant visibility on data movements – who’s moving, using what device from where, and detecting any abnormal movements in real-time are the foundation for enterprises to take any effective prevention and remediation measures.
To address this challenge we have created the ‘Network Hologram’ – the world’s first.
By creating multi-dimensional correlations, in real-time, of all data traversing your corporate network, our Network Hologram enables discovery and construction of relationships across users, devices, applications, and data. This unique technology unmasks the previously invisible to provide a new transparency across your entire corporate network from layer 2 to layer 8.
A powerful analytics capability that provides deep insights into "who," not just "what," rendering a real-time representation of user behavior across the entire enterprise.
TRADITIONAL APPROACHES TO DATA IN MOTION
Today multiple products and security experts are required to work manually to map out the moved data with the actual users.
Finds a breach after-fact, typically found out weeks or months later after the incident.
Partial view, limited to either cloud apps (CASB) or individual internal apps, no overall holistic picture.
Need to maintain a pool of experts on each individual security product to work together through manual processes