Some enterprises I've worked with that have deployed a zero trust (trust no one) model have still experienced data breaches. With zero trust implemented correctly, data breaches can be eliminated or minimized to small datasets.
For a true Zero-Trust environment, it isn’t enough to think about data in cloud services and SaaS applications, we also must protect, control, and audit data that egresses form these services onto endpoints. SecureCircle protects data that egresses from cloud services and allows you to have control over it.
The future holds endless possibilities. The next great moment, widget or experience is just around the corner. In cybersecurity, we have heard promises for a better future for decades.
Forbes.com: GDPR is a first compliance regulation that doesn't rely on audits and fines organizations for noncompliance resulting in data breaches. Explore the requirements of GDPR as well as learn how SecureCircle reduces your GDPR risk.
Forbes.com: Data protection has followed the same paradigm for years: discover, classify and protect. That paradigm exists because years ago, protection solutions were extremely painful to implement. Administrative overhead was high. The end-user impact was high.
Forbes.com: The cybersecurity industry's approach to data protection has only ever resolved the depth of security problems. There are data loss prevention (DLP), information rights management (IRM), encryption and many solutions available that can only protect a few pieces of data well.
Forbes.com: Data protection solutions are finally evolving to the current state of data: distributed, cloud-centric and always-on. Data used to only exist within the corporate network on devices that never left the physical protection of the company.
Forbes.com: Data protection solutions such a firewall, network data loss prevention (DLP), endpoint DLP, information rights management IRM, classification, file encryption and others have tried to solve the growing data protection needs of organizations of all sizes. Legacy data protection solutions are not doing enough to protect organizations from data breaches. The answer to every organization’s problem has been sitting right in front of it the entire time: the data itself. Organizations need to move to new data-centric data loss prevention solutions on the market.
Forbes.com: Today, insider threats can be eliminated by adopting data-centric data protection. Legacy data protection solutions focused on networks, endpoints, files and disks. Those solutions did not protect information as it moved from one device or medium to another.