Dynamic Data Protection
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End alert fatigue by automating enforcement based on risk.
Legacy DLP solutions traditionally apply overly restrictive policies that grind end-user productivity to a halt. They also overwhelm security analysts with millions of alerts from sophisticated threats.
The only path forward is Dynamic Data Protection. This industry-first solution uses human-centric behavior analytics to continuously determine the risk that cyber identities pose, based on their actions and the value of the data being used. Armed with this intelligent context, administrators can focus only on the alerts that matter.
They now have the power of automated, adaptive enforcement at an individual level. The policy-driven response can be dialed up or down depending on the severity of the risk. With Forcepoint Dynamic Data Protection, security teams can finally do their jobs so end users can do theirs.
Benefits to Dynamic Data Protection
- Balance Security and Business Productivity
Replace broad, sweeping rules with individualized, adaptive data security that won’t slow down your employees
- Move from Reactive to Proactive Security Management
Automate policy adjustment in near real-time based on deep visibility into user behavior
- Detect and Respond to High-Impact Events in Seconds
Cut time spent sorting through alerts, so your DevSecOps team can run more efficiently
Assure Data Security While Unleashing Productivity
Utilizing behavior-centric analytics dashboard, investigate incidents grouped by identity, addressing highest risk items first, allowing you to act quickly.
Each user has a unique and variable risk level, informed by behavior-centric analytics. Risk levels are driven up and down based on the behavior of the identity and interaction with data. Changes in risk levels are continuously incorporated into the analytical model, allowing you to view actual risk.
Rather than apply one blanket policy for all users, Dynamic Data Protection calibrates DLP policy enforcement down to an individual user based on changes in their risk score. This allows for a more granular and customized approach to secure your data where and when it’s really needed.
Utilizing the baseline of normalized behavior for individual identities, uncover abnormal internal and external data access and file movement that matches a profile of an individual’s credentials being compromised.
We had an issue with an employee. He was trying to gain access to some customer data but was prevented from doing so using Forcepoint. I wasn’t expecting Forcepoint to detect such a detailed test but it did. My manager and upper management are very happy about this high level of quality from Forcepoint.