Identifying data loss

On average it takes an organisation 206 days to identify a data breach - that’s over 6 months just to find out a breach has occurred.

It then takes an average of over two months for an organisation to contain it. So, between a data breach occurring, identifying and neutralising it, you’re looking at a hugely significant amount of company time, expense and stress.

Factor in the negative impact from the media, or investigations from regulatory bodies, and a data breach becomes a major headache.

It’s important to understand that data breaches and leaks do happen, and to companies of every shape and size.

Thinking it will never happen to your company makes you a potential sitting (and very unprepared) duck.

Putting the arrangements in place to avoid data breaches is important, but ensuring you are also prepared for when the worst happens is as equally crucial.

Companies need to use a variety of Data Loss Prevention (DLP) techniques, and being able to quickly identify when a data leak has taken place means you will cut down on the time the breach is undetected and the situation aggravates.

BreachTrak – Monitor Your Data

BreachTrak can monitor data usage from both your employees and third-party suppliers – meaning you can keep an eye on your data even when it leaves the building and moves beyond your direct control.

The platform will enable you to immediately identify when your data has been leaked so you can swiftly take action to neutralise the situation.

BreachTrak will detect when your data has been used over email, phone, and post and can detect when it appears on both the surface and dark web. Red alerts can then be sent immediately to your inbox so you can quickly identify misuse, locate the source of the leak and take action.

 

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