Companies in regulated industries must comply with cybersecurity regulations, yet also keep their operations lean and competitive. Forcepoint Compliance helps you achieve both. Organizations in financial services, healthcare, energy and other regulated industries must demonstrate compliance with regulations including Sarbanes-Oxley, HIPAA, FINRA, PCI DSS and more. In such an environment, you know how important it is to get up to speed with compliance quickly, and to show improvement in adherence from one audit to the next. Yet how do you keep the regulators happy — and genuinely improve your cybersecurity controls and tracking — without drowning in red tape? Let Forcepoint Compliance show you how, using the Forcepoint Compliance comprehensive security product line and drawing on Forcepoint’s decades of experience with regulated businesses and government agencies.
Forcepoint Compliance helps you maintain and demonstrate compliance with pre-defined policies to address national and regional data protection regulations from almost 60 countries around the world. Easy setup that allows you to deploy Forcepoint Data Loss Prevention (DLP) solutions in days, not months, using our set-up wizard and preconfigured templates. Streamlined reporting from Forcepoint Compliance unified central management tools. The clock is officially ticking for organizations to get their data protection policies in order now that the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been approved and is set to replace the previous EU Data Protection Directive. The new regulation will come into effect in May 2018 and will require organizations to put a much stricter focus on data protection. These increased sanctions mean it is vital that this new law be fully understood by a number of key stakeholders within the organization, and that organizations start preparing to comply with the new regulations as soon as possible.
Forcepoint Compliance Detect Breaches And Theft
If an organization does suffer a loss of data then it is vital to detect the breach and identify if PII records were lost or stolen. If they have, the organization will be required to notify the necessary authorities within 72 hours of the discovery to initiate a full investigation.The investigation will focus on identifying the source and destination of the breach through event and incident information from Data Leakage Prevention (DLP) and Data Theft Prevention (DTP) tools. Data forensics will then help to pinpoint the stolen data, at which time the organization will be required to issue notice to any affected data subjects. Incident response is critical to protecting data and protecting EU citizen data. In addition to the mandatory data breach notification requirement, organizations must also ensure they have implemented an effective incident response plan. This plan must have been regularly tested to ensure that employees involved in a data breach response are familiar with and fully understand the new legislation and communication process in order to report a breach.