Secure Content Management

Discover, protect, and manage your most sensitive data across its lifecycle to mitigate risk and secure your business. Know what you're storing, who has access to your data and establish data management policies.

  • Many organizations cannot pinpoint where all of their sensitive data resides across their different systems and databases. Adopting a proactive approach to protecting your data and organization with modern IT and analytics makes better business sense.
  • Retired applications need upgrades or migration paths to secure inactive and sensitive data. Policies can be set to help maintain this data for regulatory compliance reasons and for business continuity.

  • With evolving privacy regulations such as GDPR, HIPAA, and Dodd Frank, there is real risk that sensitive data may not be managed in accordance with compliance legislation. Don’t let your data be exposed to leakage.

The three axioms of managing risk

You can’t manage and protect what you don’t understand

Sensitive data can reside in many different business systems. The systems don’t have to be active either; they may be retired applications or abandoned sites. But if you don’t have the tools to identify PII, PCI, PHI, and corporate records, you run the risk of this information being exposed, lost, or stolen. Your organization could be in breach of various compliance regulations including privacy.

You can’t protect everything all of the time

Organizations have different ideas of what value looks like for them, their stakeholders, and their customers. For some it might be better insight and decision making; for others, reducing the cost to manage information. You need to understand the business you are in, the information you have, where it lives, and the purpose it serves. Then you can organize the data by business value, context, and relevance.

A proactive approach makes better business sense

Proactive information classification powered by rich analytics allows organizations to bridge distinct data silos and deliver granular insight into information. You can surface only the most relevant information, facilitating business activities while protecting sensitive data. By automating and removing manual processes for accessing, understanding, and applying policy, classification technologies simplify risk mitigation.

Data Privacy and Protection

Achieve greater visibility into your structured and unstructured data to uncover all sensitive information across your business applications and system databases.

Secure high-value targets and enable recovery of data after a ransomware attack.
Discover, manage, and secure all PII, PCI, and PHI as it moves across the enterprise.
Automate policy application to govern the information lifecycle.
Create policies with a user-friendly dashboard.
Simplify definition and analysis of policy with advanced file analysis, regardless of format or location.
Data Privacy and Protection
Information Risk and Modernization
Information Risk and Modernization

Manage risk associated with legacy applications and data by gaining insight into information and disposing of targeted data, or by migrating critical data to an active repository.

Rationalize large volumes of legacy data and applications that pose significant cost and risk.
Create trending reports that can show the rate at which content on network volumes or shares is growing.
Eliminate reliance on out-of-date applications that present risk.
Extract strategic insight and create value from business data.
Perform ROT (Redundant, Obsolete, & Trivial) and data clean-up as you adopt new applications or migrate to the Cloud.
Preservation and Governance

Apply policies uniformly to all regulated data and quickly investigate data when requested by regulatory agencies.

Automated retention management for over 160 jurisdictions that supports 1000s of content types in a unified solution.
Meet ISO, DOD, FDA, Dodd-Frank, and GDPR requirements.
Permissions reports can help you address compliance to data security and privacy regulations.
Apply policy to all types of data (e.g., files, voice, video, structured data).
Derive information insight to determine in-scope data.
Preservation and Governance
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