Ensuring protection of your data and your customers' data is a never-ending challenge. Many security practitioners fail to understand some key gaps in the data security threat model.
Most encryption is mis-applied, and quite frankly, doesn't do anything to protect your data. The protection measures that are most commonly used do NOTHING to protect you against modern hacks and breaches. For companies who have accepted that they will be attacked and breached, data-centric security can provide an effective counter-measure to attackers in your network.
The onslaught of data breaches continues to occur unabated. Over 1 billion records have been leaked from the cloud. Part of the challenge is ensuring that your security measures are actually protecting against the right threat model.
Roughly 60% of breaches have been caused by insiders in an organization according to several industry studies. Privileged users and third party developers often have untethered access to some of your most sensitive data. Beyond privileged access management, restricting access to actual data values can help ensure privacy for your company's data.
Much has been written about the multitude of vulnerabilities and side channel attacks on hardware-based enclave security. While there is promise in the technology, there is also some significant risk. For organizations looking to leverage privacy preserving analytics and confidential computing, it's important to understand what hardware independent method can offer.
Data Protection Services
The Baffle Data Protection Service provides a transparent data-centric security layer that offers several data protection modes. Capabilities include data de-identification, tokenization, field level encryption, record level encryption, format preserving encryption (FPE) BYOK for SaaS, dynamic data masking, database encryption solutions such as file encryption, file content encryption, encryption API services, role-based access control (RBAC), privacy preserving analytics and secure data sharing.
Monitor access to databases to identify patterns or anomalous behavior and profile applications
Role-Based Access Control
Define which systems, users or groups can access data stores and dynamically entitle who can see what data