Unrivaled visibility and control over your data wherever it lives — in the office, on the road or in the cloud. Global brands and market innovators use Forcepoint DLP to protect their business-critical, sensitive data against malicious insiders, compromised users and accidental data loss. Forcepoint DLP is instrumental for organizations with an obligation to meet regulatory and industry compliance requirements, including the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Consistently recognized as a market leader, Forcepoint DLP features in multiple analyst reports, including the Gartner 2017 Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Data Loss Prevention, Gartner Critical Capabilities for Enterprise Data Loss Prevention and The Forrester Wave: Data Loss Prevention Suites. Forcepoint DLP Discover — Understand where critical business IP and personal data exists at rest across your organization to gain visibility into your digital attack surface, and implement data controls to address regulations such as the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Forcepoint DLP Endpoint — protect data in use both on and off the corporate network with PreciseID data fingerprinting on macOS and Windows systems. Enable secure data sharing with trusted partners using integrated policy-based file encryption for removable storage devices. Forcepoint DLP Cloud Applications: Gain visibility and control over file uploads, document sharing and data at rest across popular enterprise cloud applications, including Box and Office 365. Forcepoint DLP Network — protect email and web communications with Forcepoint Web and Email Security integrated DLP, or the Protector DLP appliance to integrate with 3rd party web and email infrastructure. Prevent business email containing sensitive data from being accessed from unmanaged iOS and Android devices. Incident Risk Ranking-Focuses response teams on areas of greatest risk by applying behavioral analytics and machine learning to cluster DLP incidents in order of business risk. For more information.
Forcepoint DLP — European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
By May of 2018, organizations that collect or process EU citizen records will be required to achieve compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The new legislation will enact strict data protection regulations: companies will be required to notify the supervisory authority of a data breach within 72 hours, failure to do so may incur fines of up to 4% of worldwide turnover, or €20 million for intentional or negligent violations. Security leaders within the organization must first identify whether they are considered a data controller or processor. They must then review relevant obligations respective to their classification (such as issuing notice to citizens and maintaining relevant consent from the data subject) and identify how much Personal Identifiable Information (PII) they hold and where it exists across the organization. Organizations must then be able to display an adequate level of protection for PII data.