Actifile Protects Sensitive Data Against:
Addresses the liabilities created by employees that hoard data and/or use data inappropriately (or steal data)
Actifile can help mitigate the risks associated with Malware. Archiving helps if malware corrupts data, while encryption insures sensitive data cannot be stolen and used by the malware.
Actifile’s proactive archiving ensures data is always available, even if the device was encrypted by ransomware. Ransomware can also steal data, which Actifile’s transparent AES256 based encryption renders ineffective.
Actifile helps companies address regulatory concerns around data loss – which is a substantial liability in todays regulatory environment.
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“Actifile is a game changer in the way it detects and protects private data. It helps my organizations comply with regulations such as HIPAA, GDPR, NIST 700-181 and others.”
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Source Data Tracking
Data Risk Heatmap
Transparent Encryption for Parked Data
Risk Dashboard and Reporting
Built in Regulatory Templates
Data at Rest Discovery
Cloud Based Management
Business Data Isolation
Flavors of BYOD
How Actifile Works
Actifile tracks and manages data flows from provisioned applications through zero-trust devices to external clouds.
Actifile Guardrail is a mini client on the device that is managed using a cloud SaaS portal.
Actifile differentiates corporate data from other data, monitors provisioned data sources (cloud, intranet and applications) for sensitive data, tracks the sensitive data as it is used by different applications on zero trust devices, and uses inheritance functionality to provide persistance even when data is shared out-of-band.
In addition, Actifile Guardrail uses transparent encryption, to secure the data without changing the way the users work with the data.
Actifile simplifies data protection
Secure private and business sensitive data from any source, comply with regulations such as GDPR and defend your firm from insider threats and cyber attacks.
Actifile Customer Examples
Actifile supports both IP protection as well as regulatory compliance use cases:
Community hospital has a variety of endpoints including Doctors with BYOD, departmental and administration endpoints. Due to the BYOD endpoints, DLP was deemed to be ineffective and the hospital decided to use Actifile.
As a result of installing Actifile, the community hospital was able to:
- Discover existing PHI on the hospital’s endpoints.
- Transparently encrypt all hospital related PHI on roaming endpoints (such as the BYOD Doctor endpoints)
- Create audits and report on PHI usage.
A large financial services that has an existing DLP implementation integrated Actifile. Using Actifile it was able to solve two issues:
- Support provisioning of laptops to their senior managers.
- Enable the protection of data at subcontractors (such as printers, lawyers, HR/benefits, etc.).
As a result the financial services company was able to control the data without risking scanning employee private data and/or other financial institutions’ customer data.
Construction is big business with fierce competition. With project managers traversing the globe with laptops crammed full with project data (plans, budgets, proposals, architecture plans, etc.), the risks were unacceptable. Furthermore, connectivity is not always perfect at construction sites. So relying on cloud is not an options.
By pointing Actifile to their project repository, Actifile was able to help the company protect their assets transparently – ensuring that authorized personnel were able to get their job accomplished – but in a protected manner.
A large duty free retailer has point of sales machines everywhere, some with network access capability.
Actifile helped the retailer’s CISO to:
- Figure out what was on those endpoints.
- Ensure that European customer information is protected for GDPR.
- Ensure that the corporate information is protected.
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