Insider Threat Monitoring
Make data leak visible.
90% of organizations experience at least one insider threat each month. Whether accidental or deliberate, data leak and theft at the hands of your employees is a real and present danger. Code42 sheds light on dark data by giving enterprises visibility into potentially threatening end-user data activity.View the Infographic
Uncover Risky File Movement
Couple data activity monitoring capabilities with modern endpoint backup to identify potentially threatening file movement and end-user behavior.
Pinpoint High-risk Data
Employ pattern matching to find sensitive files like those containing social security numbers or matches to known malicious files.
Identify Removable Media
See when end-user data is transferred to removable media such as USBs, external hard drives or SD cards.
Monitor Cloud Activity
Determine if files have been transferred to personal cloud storage applications like Box, OneDrive, Google Drive and Dropbox.
Find Unusual Restores
Analyze a user’s web restore activity to identify uncharacteristic or unusually large file restores that may mean data or credentials are at risk.
Combine data activity monitoring with full-text search to perform forensic analysis, assess risk and identify non-compliance.
Watch for Web Incidents
Gain insight into risky end-user actions such as sending sensitive files via web email attachment.
View and Analyze Insights
Assess risk by visualizing data activity within the console or by performing detailed analysis on exportable data.
See the Full Picture
Integrate with Splunk Enterprise for advanced visibility, monitoring and control of all your end-user data.
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