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data security monitoringData security is a constant dance: vigilance against threats, ongoing monitoring, and regular audits to ensure everything is in tip-top shape. Managing this multi-step process can feel like an overwhelming juggling act. Pathlock and Satori can help you transform your data security posture from frantic to fantastic.

Pathlock: Security Monitoring for ERP

Imagine having a security guard specifically trained to spot suspicious activity within your critical SaaS and Enterprise applications. Pathlock acts as this guardian, providing comprehensive Access Risk Management including:

  • User access reviews: Streamlining access management.
  • Threat Detection:  Continuous monitoring for internal and external threats.
  • Session Logging and DLP: Protect sensitive information from unauthorized exposure.

Satori: Security Monitoring for Analytics

While Pathlock monitors activity, Satori delves deeper, becoming your Security Monitoring expert. Think of it as a data archaeologist, uncovering hidden vulnerabilities and forgotten information stores. Satori offers:

  • Universal Data Permissions Scanner: Satori scans your entire data landscape, revealing sensitive data that may be lurking in unexpected locations
  • Enriched, Centralised Data Access Logs: Centralised logs are enriched with context to simplify auditing and reporting 
  • Compliance Reporting: Generate comprehensive, customised reports that demonstrate your adherence to data privacy regulations, simplifying the audit process.

Together: A Security Dream Team

Pathlock and Satori, working in tandem, provide a holistic approach to data security monitoring and audits. Here's how this dynamic duo empowers you:

  • Proactive Threat Detection: Identify and address potential security issues before they escalate into major incidents.
  • Streamlined Audits: Simplify compliance by having readily available reports on user activity and data classification.
  • Reduced Risk: By keeping a watchful eye on your data, you can significantly reduce the likelihood of breaches and unauthorized access.

Beyond the Basics

Pathlock and Satori don't just stop at monitoring and auditing. They provide actionable insights to continuously improve your data security posture such as recommendations for strengthening access controls or automatically triggering remediation workflows when suspicious activity is detected.

Building Confidence in Your Data Security

With Pathlock and Satori by your side, you can face data security monitoring and audits with confidence. This powerful duo empowers you to see everything, secure everything, and demonstrate your commitment to data privacy. Don't wait for a data breach to test your defences – take control of your data security today.

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FAQ Access Risk Management

ARM is a systematic approach to identifying, assessing, and mitigating risks associated with user access to IT systems and data. It involves implementing controls and procedures to prevent unauthorized access, misuse of privileges, and data breaches.

Data breaches and unauthorized access are major cybersecurity threats, costing organizations millions and damaging reputations. ARM proactively addresses these risks by:

  • Protecting sensitive data: By restricting access to authorized users, ARM safeguards confidential information like financial records, customer data, and intellectual property.
  • Ensuring compliance: Many regulations, like HIPAA and PCI DSS, require organizations to implement robust access controls. ARM helps organizations comply with these regulations and avoid hefty fines.
  • Preventing data loss and misuse: Unauthorized access can lead to accidental or malicious data deletion, modification, or exfiltration. ARM minimizes these risks and protects data integrity.

A comprehensive ARM program includes several key elements:

  • Access policies: Defining clear guidelines for granting and revoking user access based on the principle of least privilege (granting only the minimum access needed for job function).
  • Identity and access management (IAM) systems: Centralized platforms for managing user identities, credentials, and access rights.
  • User provisioning and deprovisioning: Efficient processes for granting access to new users and revoking it when they leave the organization.
  • Access monitoring and auditing: Continuously monitoring user activity and logging access events for forensic analysis and anomaly detection.
  • Security awareness training: Educating employees about cybersecurity best practices, including password hygiene and phishing awareness, to reduce human error risks.

Implementing and maintaining an effective ARM program can be challenging due to:

  • User sprawl: The growing number of users, including employees, contractors, and third-party vendors, increases the complexity of managing access rights.
  • Shadow IT: The use of unauthorized applications and cloud services can create blind spots in access control.
  • Legacy systems: Integrating ARM with older systems lacking robust security features can be difficult.
  • Data silos: Fragmented data storage across different systems can hinder comprehensive access monitoring and auditing.

Several strategies can improve ARM effectiveness:

  • Regularly review and update access policies: Ensure policies reflect current business needs and security best practices.
  • Leverage automation tools: Automate tasks like user provisioning and access reviews to increase efficiency and reduce errors.
  • Adopt a risk-based approach: Prioritize access controls based on the sensitivity of data and systems.
  • Integrate ARM with other security programs: Align ARM with broader security initiatives for a holistic approach to cybersecurity.

By understanding these key questions and continuously improving their ARM practices, organizations can effectively mitigate access risks, safeguard sensitive data, and build a robust security posture. Remember, ARM is an ongoing process, not a one-time event. Regular evaluation and adaptation are essential to stay ahead of evolving threats and ensure a secure IT environment.

SAP Access Control shows what users can do with the access they have been granted. Pathlock investigates transactions, correlates the data, and identifies what users actually did.

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