Sunil ChoudrieSr. Manager, Symantec’s Global Information Protection
Ensuring data privacy and complying with regulatory requirements are high on the to-do list of practically every organization. Businesses and government agencies are expected to protect the personally identifiable information (PII) of customers and citizens. If they don’t, stiff regulatory penalties thanks to GDPR, HIPAA, PCI-DSS and CCPA violations await – not to mention costly legal action and severe reputational damage.
But privacy and compliance demands must not erode the productivity and morale of users. It’s all a matter of balance – difficult, yet essential to achieve. With this conundrum in mind, we at Symantec, as a division of Broadcom, have implemented several integrations to enable you to achieve data privacy and compliance – both on-premises and in the cloud – without sacrificing the user experience.
Find Data Everywhere
Without Data Loss Prevention (DLP) systems, confidential data can too easily be saved by a careless user to a USB stick or other location, causing your organization to fail compliance audits. An integrated system that provides visibility and protection, wherever your data is ensures that you are not leaving sensitive data lurking the shadows. Below are some of the important integrations Symantec provides.
DLP + CloudSOC (CASB)
Your responsibility for compliance doesn’t end where the cloud begins. Symantec DLP and CloudSOC integration extends data discovery and compliance policies to more than 100 SaaS cloud applications and services, including Office 365, G Suite, and Box. It also enables you to automate policy synchronization with cloud properties.
DLP + Secure Web Gateway and/or Email Gateway
Integration between DLP and Secure Web Gateway (SWG) stops shadow data transfer to the web, even when traffic is encrypted. DLP receives decrypted traffic from the proxy, enabling inspection and policy enforcement.
Email Security Service (ESS), meanwhile, filters unwanted messages and protects mailboxes from target ..
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