Organizations today face increasing challenges protecting their most valuable data and sensitive information. From dealing with a variety of file formats to safeguarding the movement of data, it is more important than ever to have a comprehensive approach to information protection in place to ensure that all data has appropriate levels of confidentiality, integrity and availability.
Breach of Data Can Be Catastrophic
Loss or breach of data can be devastating to a business or organization. The impact can be calculated in many ways, from hard dollar costs and business downtime to repercussions associated with the premature disclosure of sensitive data such as layoffs or financial results.
Securing Your Data
Edgile can help you protect and manage your data regardless of where the data resides, how it’s being accessed or who is using it. Our solutions empower knowledge workers by giving you the tools and training necessary to protect the unstructured business data you create and manage. Instead of addressing a single element, our data protection strategy employs a comprehensive approach that looks at the entire solution, including persistent data protection, data loss prevention and incident response.
Edgile delivers complete, easy-to-use solutions that include:
Unstructured Data Risk Assessment – Edgile performs an in-depth analysis of your unstructured data by evaluating data sensitivity and your existing control environment to gain a comprehensive view of current risks and create an actionable plan for remediation.
Solutions – Edgile architects, designs and deploys Microsoft’s Active Directory Rights Management Service (AD RMS), Dynamic Access Control (DAC), File Classification Infrastructure (FCI) and Exchange 2013 DLP (EXDLP) solutions to automate the identification, classification, access controls and auditing of usage for your most sensitive information. Our approach ensures that you have the processes, standards and training to give knowledge workers real-time data when and where they need it, while preventing unauthorized use of digital information.