You’re going to get attacked, so your best defence is preparation

Security attacks are a fact of life for the modern digital business, and incidents are an inevitably unpleasant and increasingly frequent outcome from many attacks, though the likelihood of an attack being successful can be reduced by implementing robust cybersecurity capabilities.

This is why most companies make significant efforts to build cybersecurity into their services and their operations; they know all too well the potential downside of suffering an incident could be catastrophic.

Your tools may all work, but you still have blind spots

Most organisations will have firewalls and anti-malware, with authentication and access controls on their sensitive content. Many will have security event monitoring and dedicated teams for SecOps and incidents.

That’s great, and very necessary; it significantly reduces the chance that your data will get stolen, but it doesn’t guarantee that it won’t, and all those investments are only giving you alerts on the events that they detect and prevent. They’re not able to tell you what they missed (because nothing can, that’s not how testing works).

How can you say your data is secure if you’re not tracking it?

Seedata operates outside of your environment, constantly checking to make sure the data that should be safe and secure within your environment hasn’t been leaked, stolen and exposed by mistake. We’re like a GPS tracker for your data. Let us tell you why your current monitoring strategy isn’t doing this for you.