How File Monitoring Can Detect Data Incidents as They Happen

Breaches are an extremely common occurrence for companies, especially if they are large businesses.  Even though not all data breaches are cyber-attacks, valuable data is exposed to outsiders or lost in all cases. An example of a data incident is an employee copying data to their personal device, violating the company policies. Sending documents by […]

Auditing access to cardholder data for PCI DSS compliance

Using specialized audit records for file access monitoring Companies need to track how cardholder information is being accessed and used, in order to be able to protect it and prevent data breaches that may expose it. An important part of the PCI DSS compliance process relies on policies, procedures and solutions that enable companies to […]

Auditing complex file operations for compliance

Answering today’s compliance challenges through advanced file monitoring technology Data protection regulations and security standards are of paramount importance because losing security-sensitive data in an electronic environment is as dangerous, or even more dangerous, than losing an ID card or a credit card on a sidewalk. When data breaches occur, there are usually multiple records […]

Going beyond basic file auditing for data protection

Making the difference between read to output, and read to copy MOST OF THE IMPORTANT DATA LOSS VECTORS DEPEND ON COPYING files in order to compromise security-sensitive data. However, detecting and investigating such incidents usually relies on object access logs or file monitoring solutions that only monitor basic file operations, such as read and write. […]