In a world that depends on data, are you doing enough to protect it? Cybermo help organisations regain visibilty and control of their data.
With 75% of the workforce now mobile, your end users are storing data across multiple devices, platforms and networks and IT now face the challenge of protecting all of this data, whenever and wherever it’s created and stored.
To complicate things even further; more and more employees are bringing personal devices to the workplace (BYOD) as well as using personal file sharing services to collaborate inside and outside the organisation.
These changes to the way we work are causing small and mid-market organisations to lose visibility and control, and critical business data is being exposed to loss or breach.
An issue made even more pressing by European regulations that will come into force in 2018. The new legislation states that organisations could be fined up to €20m or 4% of their annual turnover, whichever is greater, for allowing any security breaches to compromise their customer data.
Cybermo is here to help; our Data Loss Prevention and Protection solutions solve these problems seamlessly.
Manage and control internal and external file sharing across the organisation with custom policies, password expiry, download limits and tracking capabilities.
Continuous backups with anytime, anywhere access to data via a native client, the web or mobile applications minimises downtime and maximises user productivity.
Accurate geo-location tracking for quick recovery provides peace of mind and helps organisations reduce the need to replace devices.
A centralised administration portal gives IT administrators a single place to manage users and devices, easily create policies, monitor activity, manage legal holds and provide data access for eDiscovery.
Prevent unauthorised access with full device, or selective file and folder encryption. Go further with geofencing technology and restrict access from unapproved IPs or locations.
Remotely wipe corporate data manually or with preconfigured policies, leaving personal data intact on BYOD devices.
Ransomware attacks are on the rise…
The latest report from security firm Kaspersky Lab reveals that the first quarter of 2016 saw a spike in the use of Ransomware attacks – an insidious type of malware that encrypts, or locks, valuable digital files and demands a ransom to release them – which researchers said could become the main problem of 2016.
It’s simple: if a device becomes encrypted by a Ransomware virus, the only way to retrieve your data is to pay up or clean up and restore from a backup.
A Data Loss Solution is the best way to reduce your vulnerability to Ransomware.