As organizations adopt cloud applications to enable their employees, compliance considerations come into play. Companies are challenged with developing comprehensive compliance- and cloud-specific DLP policies and then enforcing compliance regulations in cloud environments, including SaaS, PaaS, IaaS, and IDaaS platforms. Efficiently and effectively remediating instances of compliance violation in the cloud – and subsequently demonstrating compliance – is a formidable undertaking, especially when considering 75% of of security risk in the average organization can be attributed to just 1% of users. This is compounded by the fact 70% of sharing occurs with non-corporate email address in the average organization.
With CloudLock, you can confidently work in the cloud while adhering to compliance regulations such as Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX), Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA), Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA), Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and more.
CloudLock enables organizations to satisfy compliance mandates within any cloud environment through highly-configurable custom policies as well as countless powerful out-of-the-box policies. CloudLock supports compliance through a wide range of automated, policy-driven response actions such as file-level encryption, quarantine, and end-user notifications. Additionally, CloudLock records an immutable audit log of all actions to demonstrate regulatory compliance.
Leverage rich policy templates (e.g. PCI, PII, regular expressions, and intellectual property) to safeguard your most critical assets. The policy engine allows you to classify your data based on your unique requirements to identify and manage toxic, restricted, and confidential information. Automate response actions and notifications to your end users with fully automated remediation management capabilities.
Evolve data protection efforts by automating encryption as a response action to data loss prevention (DLP) policy violation. With user-driven encryption flows you can empower users to protect their most sensitive assets in cloud applications. Further enable user productivity by preserving native platform functionality, including real-time co-authoring.
Don’t be another data breach statistic. Read our PCI Compliance Guide to discover how to protect your customer’s data, as well as your data, in cloud applications.Read our quick guide to learn:
Moving financial data to the cloud? With the growth of companies storing financial and other business critical information in the cloud, specifically the public cloud, IT and security are inextricably linked into the overall financial reporting process in these systems.Read our quick guide to learn:
Do you conduct business with Federal government systems? We’ve made it easier to understand the FISMA framework and implications to allow you to move beyond reactive to proactive monitoring and detection, with a systematic approach to your security program.Read our quick guide to learn:
The healthcare industry is seeing a tremendous shift with an increasing use of public and private cloud services or electronic information systems (ePHI). Along with the rise in the adoption rate of these new technologies comes along the rise in potential security risks to the patient’s medical records and other health care information.Read our quick guide to learn:
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