Learn how Exabeam helps organizations better monitor access of personal data and ensure alignment with the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
The growing availability and potential rate of dispersion for personal data has generated new concerns over the security of its storage and handling. The Council of the European Union responded with the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requiring all organizations that collect, store, or process data on residents of the EU to demonstrate full compliance. With an unprecedented financial penalty of up to 4% of global revenue for non-compliance, organizations must take swift and deliberate action to mitigate all potential risks.
Download this white paper and learn how Exabeam helps organizations meet both technological and operational requirements including:
- External Threat Reduction: Exabeam works alongside existing security solutions, using machine learning and behavioral analytics to identify unusual activity that may be indicative of a hacker’s attempt to find and access data.
- Internal Threat Reduction: Exabeam works alongside identity and access management solutions to prevent security incidents resulting from the accidental or malicious abuse of allocated permissions. By flagging activity that falls outside the norm for a given user, Exabeam helps to detect potential data theft.
- Oversight and Timely Notification: In additional to acting as a central point of intelligence in the customer’s security ecosystem, Exabeam provides forensics and accurate reporting for better compliance reporting.