SD-WAN has gotten a lot of attention recently. But one aspect that has been noticeably absent is solid multi-vendor testing. Now that NSS Labs—the industry’s premier independent testing organization for cybersecurity solutions—has released the results of its 2018 SD-WAN Group Test, that’s changing. This inaugural report provides insights into many of the top approaches to SD-WAN and can help organizations figure out which vendors they should focus on in a crowded and noisy market.
Many IT and Security professionals are spending time this July preparing for GDPR, communicating changes in their information and privacy policies, and instituting different processes around handling personal data. Conversation on those teams often turns to the challenges with managing personal data in a way that protects privacy while still conforming to organizational policies and technologies.
Furthermore, concurrent with the challenges of having to grow a business or to increase how you serve and service your current customer base, the workload around personal data is increasing. I’m fortunate to have worked on a technology at Forcepoint that directly focuses on avoiding data exfiltration and keeping personal data safe, while driving efficiency through automation. And I’m pleased to share that Dynamic Data Protection is available today.
DDP starts with understanding and modeling the baseline behavior of your organization. From there, you can detect when credentials are compromised, or when someone may not be aware of safe data handling practices.
Many organizations have legitimate questions about their data, Privacy Shield, GDPR and the ever-evolving data protection landscape. To this end, we want to demonstrate our commitment to privacy and data protection by outlining the measures we have taken and the way we conduct business within Forcepoint.