• Protect Your Data from Insider Threats

    The greatest threat to enterprise security is the people already on the payroll. To do their jobs, employees, contractors, consultants and vendors must have legitimate access to sensitive and valuable data stored in enterprise databases and file shares. However, when insiders abuse this access, or when insiders are exploited by outside attackers, enterprise data is exposed. Detection and containment of insider threats requires an expert understanding of both users and how they use enterprise data.

    Imperva CounterBreach: Accurately Identifying the Threat Within

    • Prevent Data Breaches with Imperva


      To detect and contain data breaches, organizations need to have visibility into who is accessing enterprise data, understand if that access is legitimate and respond immediately if it's not. CounterBreach integrates with Imperva SecureSphere solutions to pinpoint critical anomalies that indicate misuse of enterprise data stored in databases, file servers and cloud apps.

    • Monitor

      Imperva data protection solutions directly monitor user access to structured and unstructured data repositories. SecureSphere provides visibility into which users access database and file servers, giving IT organizations insight into the 'who,' 'what' and 'when' of access to sensitive information.

    • Learn and Detect

      CounterBreach combines Imperva expertise in monitoring and protecting data with advanced machine learning to uncover dangerous user data access activity. Based on granular inputs from SecureSphere, CounterBreach develops a behavioral baseline of typical user data access and then detects critical deviations from the norm. CounterBreach proactively flags these dangerous actions for immediate investigation.

      Contain

      By using the CounterBreach solution with SecureSphere, security teams can contain potential data leaks before they become major events. Once dangerous anomalies are detected, enterprises can quickly quarantine risky users in order to proactively prevent or contain data breaches.

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