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A buyer’s guide to choosing the
right data loss prevention solution
Make your DLP
decision with
confidence
2
Data here. Data there. Data everywhere.
Everywhere you look. Every way you turn. There it is: data.
The amount of digital data that exists in the world today
is staggering—and it’s only going to grow.
According to IDC, as much as 64.2 zettabytes of data was
created in 2020 alone. And that annual figure is expected
to nearly triple by 2025.1
Of course, volume is hardly the only obstacle we face when
it comes to managing and protecting our data. There’s also
the rise in remote work.
With as many as 25% of employees doing their jobs outside
the office by the end of 2022,2
data will continue to travel
across multiple locations and devices—making it harder to
secure and raising the risk it winds up in the wrong hands.
How? Data breaches, for one.
The volume of data is forecast
to grow by nearly three times
between 2020 and 20253
3x
1. Worldwide Global DataSphere Forecast, 2021–2025: The World Keeps Creating More Data — Now, What Do We Do with It All?, IDC, March 2021
2. 25% of all professional jobs in North America will be remote by end of next year, Ladders, December 2021
3. Worldwide Global DataSphere Forecast, 2021–2025: The World Keeps Creating More Data — Now, What Do We Do with It All?, IDC, March 2021
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4, 5. 16th Annual Data Breach Report, Identity Theft Resource Center® (ITRC), January 2022
Regardless of how they occur, data breaches are
an unfortunate reality many organizations must face.
Especially today. Since 2020, data breaches have
skyrocketed by 68%.4
This uptick in threats has gone hand in hand with
a rise in regulatory requirements.
No matter their industry, organizations must comply
with the latest data regulations and laws. Failure to
do so could result in harsh penalties and fines. Those
that operate in highly regulated industries—like finance,
healthcare, and energy/utilities—face a particularly high
cost for non-compliance.
Data breaches can happen
any number of ways:
Employees taking
inadvertent actions
Hackers exploiting
system vulnerabilities
Nation-state actors
attacking other countries
The number of data breaches
is up more than 68% since 20205
68%
4
More data, more problems
Simply put: more data + more remote workers + more threats
+ more regulatory requirements = more complexity
Many organizations today lack visibility into their most
sensitive data. They struggle to control and manage data
from devices to the cloud. They face great difficulty
preparing for new data privacy laws.
But they don’t have to.
of organizations
believe SecOps is more
difficult today than
two years ago8
of business leaders
say their cybersecurity
risks are increasing7
of organizations cite the need
to manage unstructured data
as a challenge6
68%
95% 52%
6. Big Data Goes Big, Forbes, February 2019 7. The Cost of Cybercrime, Accenture, 2019 8. SOC Modernization and the Role of XDR, Enterprise Strategy Group, June 2022 4
In the following pages, we’ll open your eyes to the wonders
of data loss prevention (DLP). If you don’t already have a DLP
solution, we’ll show you why you need one. And if you’re still
relying on a lackluster, disjointed tool, we’ll tell you why it’s
time to upgrade. Most important, we’ll outline the six
must-haves you need to look for when considering a
new DLP solution.
The creation of complexity
5
In today’s business world, there are few things
more valuable than customer data. Collecting
information from current and prospective
customers enables organizations to:
• Offer better services
• Create better products
• Provide better experiences
Clearly, data is a powerful tool. But with great
power comes great responsibility.
Fail to protect your customers’ information—
and there could be serious consequences.
Namely, financial ones. Non-compliance
issues have cost some companies hundreds
of millions of dollars.9
These costly penalties can do a lot more
than just hurt your bottom line. They can lead
to a significant loss in customer trust and
irreparable damage to your reputation.
9. Amazon Gets Record $888 Million EU Fine Over Data Violations, Bloomberg, July 2021
Must-have #1
A robust
compliance
toolset
6
Today, there’s a long list of regional regulations your
organization must follow, including:
• The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) if you
do business in the EU
• The Act on the Protection of Personal Information
(APPI) if you have customers in Japan
• Various state data privacy laws if you sell to consumers
in the United States
Then, there are industry-specific regulations, such as:
• The Energy Policy Act for energy/utility companies
• The Gramm–Leach–Bliley Act (GLBA) for financial
institutions
• The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability
Act (HIPAA) for healthcare providers
These aren’t even exhaustive lists—and it’s a lot to keep
up with. With regulations constantly changing, organizations
must be able to continually adapt. For many, the only way
to do that is with a comprehensive DLP solution.
Maintaining regulatory compliance
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Does your current DLP
product tick all the boxes?
The best DLP solutions enable you to:
` Automate content- and
context-based classification
` Monitor and protect sensitive
data, such as PCI, PII, and PHI
` Stay on top of policy changes
with regularly updated rulesets
` Follow regional and industry
guidelines with out-of-the-box
compliance tools
` Empower employees to manually
classify documents, adding
another layer of security
` Conduct native, automated,
customizable reporting to
ensure you’re staying compliant
is the single largest data protection
fine ever levied against a company10
$888 million
10. Amazon Gets Record $888 Million EU Fine Over Data
Violations, Bloomberg, July 2021
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8
Seeing is securing. At the very least, it’s
a pivotal first step. For your data to stay
protected, you need to have eyes on it.
But considering the sheer amount of data
your organization has to manage—combined
with the countless other duties your SecOps
team gets bogged down with—that’s easier
said than done.
On average, it takes 287 days for security
teams to identify and contain a data breach.11
That’s too long.
Every second a threat’s active in your
network, you raise your risk. You increase
your odds of exposing your customer’s
confidential information, your company’s
intellectual property, and more.
The right DLP solution can help—in a couple
ways. When you offer security analysts a
single-pane management view, they can:
Gain greater visibility. With a broader
perspective of all your data, SecOps
staff can more easily manage and
protect your information.
Increase efficiency. Rather than
switching between multiple apps,
security experts can quickly detect,
prioritize, and respond to incidents,
all in one location.
Why settle for just a small peek at your data
—when you can see the big picture instead?
11. Cost of a Data Breach, IBM, 2021
Must-have #2
Clear and
complete
visibility 1
2
9
Does your current DLP product
tick all the boxes?
The best DLP solutions enable you to:
` Tap into a wide range of advanced data
protection capabilities using a single solution
` Turn insights into action with a centralized
console for data management and reporting
` Integrate with an XDR platform, allowing you
to bring together multiple security vectors
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10
20 40 60 80 100
0
35%
In cybersecurity, time is always of the
essence. The longer it takes you to
implement your new DLP solution, the less
time your tool’s up and running—and the
more time your data is vulnerable to attacks.
Just imagine:
After months of research, you finally choose
a DLP solution. It has all the features you
could ever ask for—and then some. But
there’s a catch: it’s incredibly hard to deploy.
So hard, it took your former colleague’s
organization over a year to stand it up.
And your IT environment may be even
more challenging.
Slowly, your implementation timeline grows:
• 9 months
• 12 months
• 18 months
Which means you’ll have to continue relying
on that outdated DLP solution you wished
you could upgrade in the first place, at least
for the foreseeable future. That very same
product you were so desperate to move on
from because it lacked the power to keep
your data protected.
12. Build a Successful Data Loss Prevention Program in 5 Steps, Gartner, February 2022
GARTNER is the registered trademark and service mark of Gartner Inc., and/or its affiliates in the U.S. and/or internationally
and has been use herein with permission. All rights reserved. Graphic created by Trellix, based on Gartner research.
Must-have #3
Simplified
deployment
and
management
According to Gartner,
more than 35% of DLP
implementations fail12
11
Long, laborious DLP implementations aren’t the only
thing you have to worry about. Perhaps an even bigger
consideration should be how easy your product will be
for your employees to operate every day.
The SecOps team responsible for managing your DLP
solution? They already have enough on their plate:
• Monitoring threats
• Investigating incidents
• Remediating attacks
Protecting your organization from harm is a high-stress job
that requires their full attention. Distractions are the last
thing they need.
But choose the wrong product, and that’s exactly what
they’ll get. Buried in false alerts—triggered by systems that
are overly sensitive to user behavior—they could wind up
spending too much time on noise and too little time on
critical threats.
Don’t worry, though. Not all DLP implementations are
destined to fail. And finding a product that you can
quickly operationalize, and customize in hardly any time
at all, is entirely possible.
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Does your current DLP
product tick all the boxes?
The best DLP solutions enable you to:
` Stand up your product in weeks,
not months
` Operate your system with minimal
employee training
` Integrate with an XDR ecosystem,
featuring native and open
technologies
` Manage all policies from a
centralized console, from
monitoring to remediation
` Leverage built-in, customizable
workflows, so you can get up and
running fast
` Ensure accurate data detection
with structured and unstructured
data fingerprinting
` Take advantage of artificial
intelligence and machine learning
to stay ahead of threats
12
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DLP solutions have come a long way in recent
years. In the not-too-distant past, permission
controls were far less sophisticated.
Essentially, a gatekeeper—someone like an
IT administrator—would decide who was
restricted from or permitted to view and
share certain information.
There were two options:
Block access		
Allow access
Easy, right?
But times have changed. Today’s workplace
calls for a finer balance between protection
and productivity. Organizations house their
intellectual property on the very same servers
where employees keep their not-so-private
resource materials.
These items—whether a financial plan, a
to-do list, or a happy-hour invite—require
different classifications. And your SecOps
teams must be able to provide the right
level of access to the right people under
the right circumstances.
Must-have #4
Universal
data
protection
1
2
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With a modern DLP solution, you can protect all your data,
wherever it lives:
• In the cloud
• On your network
• At your endpoints
And it doesn’t matter if your information is in motion, at rest,
or in use. You can be confident your data’s secure.
The truth is, no data is created equal. Organizations
maintain hordes of harmless information on their servers.
But for every press release meant for widespread
distribution, there’s a proprietary product plan intended
for only a few select people to see. For every piece of
marketing collateral meant for public consumption,
there’s a customer’s social security number expected
to remain private.
The more sensitive data you possess, the more important
it is to have an effective DLP solution.
Data that’s actively traveling
between locations—
through email or IM.
Data that’s reached its
destination—in cloud storage
or a shared folder.
Data that’s currently being
accessed—through an open
document or USB device.
In-motion data At-rest data In-use data
Data states, defined
Secure your public and private data
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Does your current DLP
product tick all the boxes?
The best DLP solutions enable you to:
` Discover sensitive files, including
OST and PST
` Educate employees on the proper
handling of sensitive data
` Include unified rulesets between
your endpoint and network
` Integrate with any commercially
available email and web gateway
product
` Prevent unauthorized external
devices from connecting to your
corporate network
` Prioritize and protect data with
a wide set of controls using data
classification models
` Monitor, detect, and defend across
multiple vectors, including email,
web, endpoint, and network
15
16
A variety of forces can do you harm—from
phishing and spear phishing to ransomware
attacks. But threats infiltrating your
organization from the outside aren’t all
you have to be on the lookout for. There
are a host of dangers lurking inside your
organization, too.
Today, negligent employees are the root
cause of most insider incidents.13
Usually,
it’s because they:
• Fail to secure their devices with
two-factor authentication
• Forget to update their software and
install necessary security patches
• Ignore the company’s security policies
by sharing sensitive information on their
personal devices
Any one of these actions can leave your
organization’s confidential data exposed.
Then what?
The top 3 causes
of insider threats14
Inadvertent or accidental
employee behavior
Malicious outsiders stealing
data by compromising insider
credentials or accounts
A disgruntled employee
manipulating the
organization’s systems,
tools, or applications
1
2
3
Must-have #5
Effective
incident
insight,
response, and
remediation
13, 14. Cost of Insider Threats Global Report, Ponemon Institute, 2022
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When an insider or outsider threat strikes, you need to act.
And fast.
You need to tap into the insights you have at your disposal
to investigate your incident. You need to respond at a
moment’s notice to put an abrupt end to the attack. And
you need to remediate the breach to limit any damage.
Research shows that SecOps teams take as long as 20.9
hours on average to respond to an incident once it’s been
detected.15
That’s nearly a full day.
The right DLP solution can help your organization accelerate
that response by providing you with greater visibility and
control over your entire threat landscape.
Not only that—a top-notch DLP solution empowers you to
get to the bottom of what happened in the first place using
detailed forensics. Plus, it allows you to modify your controls,
so you can avoid similar fates in the future.
15. Voice of SecOps, Deep Instinct, 2021
Does your current DLP
product tick all the boxes?
The best DLP solutions enable you to:
` Prevent and respond to both
insider and outsider threats
` Mine data with forensic search
capabilities to help catch critical
data theft
` Differentiate between an organized
campaign and a user mishandling
sensitive data
` Support protocols like SMTP, IMAP,
POP3, HTTP, LDAP, Telnet, FTP, IRC,
SMB, and SOCKS
` Fine-tune policy control and
forensics by capturing and ingesting
data-transfer event information
Every moment matters
17
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Choosing a new DLP solution isn’t just about
selecting the right technology. Yes, it’s
crucial to find a product that fits your every
need—one that’s chock-full of the various
features your organization craves. But it’s
about way more than that. It’s about
selecting the right partner, too.
For the foreseeable future, you’ll rely on
your partner. You’ll work side by side with
their employees, seeking their guidance
and expertise as you implement and use
your product.
The level of support you receive from your
partner should be top of mind as you
choose a DLP provider.
16, 17. Getting to Know Your Customers, Forrester, May 2019
of people agree that good customer
service is a key factor when deciding
what to buy17
Must-have #6
A strong,
productive
partnership
According to Forrester, good customer
service is the most important factor—outside
of price and product—when deciding what
to buy.16
In times of trouble, it’s especially important
for your partner to be there for you.
83%
19
Can you imagine?
Two weeks into your DLP deployment, you notice a
problem: a malicious app has accessed your privileged
data. You stop the attack manually. But when you try
to analyze the event information, your solution shuts
down—again and again—preventing you from finding
out the root cause of your attack.
You reach out to your partner by phone. No answer.
You shoot your sales rep an urgent email. No response.
You head to your partner’s website for help. Nothing
but bots.
Worse yet: What if you discover that your partner is lacking
in the innovation department? The solution they delivered
is fine for the present. But in the face of today’s rapidly
evolving threat environment—is it truly fit for the future?
There’s no way you should have to adopt a new solution
every few years to keep up.
The right DLP technology partner will never let you down
like that. You can depend on them for steadfast support
and tireless innovation, whether you have a simple
question about a rarely used product feature or need
more sophisticated threat intelligence.
Find a partner you can count on
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Does your current DLP
product tick all the boxes?
The best DLP solution provider should have:
` A long history of technical
expertise and industry leadership
` An unwavering commitment to product
and process innovation
` A strong record of highly rated customer
support—from credible sources
20
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Choosing a DLP solution isn’t a decision you should take
lightly. In the face of today’s dynamic threats, protecting
your data is vital. Keeping your information safe can be the
difference between your organization flourishing or
floundering. So you need to make sure you make the
right choice.
As far as we’re concerned: your search for a preeminent
DLP solution is over.
Trellix offers exactly what you need. We combine the
best-in-class technologies and extensive expertise of two
industry leaders: McAfee Enterprise and FireEye. This
enables us to deliver a whole new standard of data security.
And every day, we continue to build upon our solid
foundation—investing in our threat research, growing our
product portfolio, and advancing our solution capabilities.
Our comprehensive DLP suite includes solutions that span
discovery, monitoring, prevention, and endpoint protection.
By integrating our offerings, you can reduce the risk of data
loss and strengthen your security posture.
What makes Trellix DLP different?
Endpoint data
Network data
Database data
Cloud data
Discover
Easily locate, inventory, and secure
your sensitive data.
Classify
Add a layer of protection with manual
or automated classification controls.
Protect
Educate employees and secure data
across multiple vectors.
Comprehensive visibility. Unified control.
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Take on tomorrow’s threats with Trellix DLP
Today’s threats are growing in volume. In speed. In sophistication. The only
way to stay ahead of attacks is to leave reactive security in the past—and
embrace a more proactive approach.
With Trellix DLP, you can better take on tomorrow’s threats, with a unified
suite that empowers you to:
` Secure your data, wherever it lives. Protect business-critical
information—at rest and in motion—on your network, in the cloud,
and at your endpoints.
` Remain compliant. Ensure data policy compliance and safeguard
personal information with automated reporting.
` Simplify deployment and management. Streamline incident workflows
and administer policies easily with flexible deployment options.
No DLP solution is one-size-fits-all. Every organization has its own unique
needs. But Trellix can customize a solution just for you. Interested?
Contact us today to schedule a free assessment.
About Trellix
Trellix is a global company redefining the future of cybersecurity. The company’s open and native extended detection and response (XDR) platform helps organizations
confronted by today’s most advanced threats gain confidence in the protection and resilience of their operations. Trellix’s security experts, along with an extensive
partner ecosystem, accelerate technology innovation through machine learning and automation to empower over 40,000 business and government customers.
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trellix-dlp-buyers-guide.pdf

  • 1. 1 A buyer’s guide to choosing the right data loss prevention solution Make your DLP decision with confidence
  • 2. 2 Data here. Data there. Data everywhere. Everywhere you look. Every way you turn. There it is: data. The amount of digital data that exists in the world today is staggering—and it’s only going to grow. According to IDC, as much as 64.2 zettabytes of data was created in 2020 alone. And that annual figure is expected to nearly triple by 2025.1 Of course, volume is hardly the only obstacle we face when it comes to managing and protecting our data. There’s also the rise in remote work. With as many as 25% of employees doing their jobs outside the office by the end of 2022,2 data will continue to travel across multiple locations and devices—making it harder to secure and raising the risk it winds up in the wrong hands. How? Data breaches, for one. The volume of data is forecast to grow by nearly three times between 2020 and 20253 3x 1. Worldwide Global DataSphere Forecast, 2021–2025: The World Keeps Creating More Data — Now, What Do We Do with It All?, IDC, March 2021 2. 25% of all professional jobs in North America will be remote by end of next year, Ladders, December 2021 3. Worldwide Global DataSphere Forecast, 2021–2025: The World Keeps Creating More Data — Now, What Do We Do with It All?, IDC, March 2021 2
  • 3. 3 4, 5. 16th Annual Data Breach Report, Identity Theft Resource Center® (ITRC), January 2022 Regardless of how they occur, data breaches are an unfortunate reality many organizations must face. Especially today. Since 2020, data breaches have skyrocketed by 68%.4 This uptick in threats has gone hand in hand with a rise in regulatory requirements. No matter their industry, organizations must comply with the latest data regulations and laws. Failure to do so could result in harsh penalties and fines. Those that operate in highly regulated industries—like finance, healthcare, and energy/utilities—face a particularly high cost for non-compliance. Data breaches can happen any number of ways: Employees taking inadvertent actions Hackers exploiting system vulnerabilities Nation-state actors attacking other countries The number of data breaches is up more than 68% since 20205 68%
  • 4. 4 More data, more problems Simply put: more data + more remote workers + more threats + more regulatory requirements = more complexity Many organizations today lack visibility into their most sensitive data. They struggle to control and manage data from devices to the cloud. They face great difficulty preparing for new data privacy laws. But they don’t have to. of organizations believe SecOps is more difficult today than two years ago8 of business leaders say their cybersecurity risks are increasing7 of organizations cite the need to manage unstructured data as a challenge6 68% 95% 52% 6. Big Data Goes Big, Forbes, February 2019 7. The Cost of Cybercrime, Accenture, 2019 8. SOC Modernization and the Role of XDR, Enterprise Strategy Group, June 2022 4 In the following pages, we’ll open your eyes to the wonders of data loss prevention (DLP). If you don’t already have a DLP solution, we’ll show you why you need one. And if you’re still relying on a lackluster, disjointed tool, we’ll tell you why it’s time to upgrade. Most important, we’ll outline the six must-haves you need to look for when considering a new DLP solution. The creation of complexity
  • 5. 5 In today’s business world, there are few things more valuable than customer data. Collecting information from current and prospective customers enables organizations to: • Offer better services • Create better products • Provide better experiences Clearly, data is a powerful tool. But with great power comes great responsibility. Fail to protect your customers’ information— and there could be serious consequences. Namely, financial ones. Non-compliance issues have cost some companies hundreds of millions of dollars.9 These costly penalties can do a lot more than just hurt your bottom line. They can lead to a significant loss in customer trust and irreparable damage to your reputation. 9. Amazon Gets Record $888 Million EU Fine Over Data Violations, Bloomberg, July 2021 Must-have #1 A robust compliance toolset
  • 6. 6 Today, there’s a long list of regional regulations your organization must follow, including: • The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) if you do business in the EU • The Act on the Protection of Personal Information (APPI) if you have customers in Japan • Various state data privacy laws if you sell to consumers in the United States Then, there are industry-specific regulations, such as: • The Energy Policy Act for energy/utility companies • The Gramm–Leach–Bliley Act (GLBA) for financial institutions • The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) for healthcare providers These aren’t even exhaustive lists—and it’s a lot to keep up with. With regulations constantly changing, organizations must be able to continually adapt. For many, the only way to do that is with a comprehensive DLP solution. Maintaining regulatory compliance 6
  • 7. 7 Does your current DLP product tick all the boxes? The best DLP solutions enable you to: ` Automate content- and context-based classification ` Monitor and protect sensitive data, such as PCI, PII, and PHI ` Stay on top of policy changes with regularly updated rulesets ` Follow regional and industry guidelines with out-of-the-box compliance tools ` Empower employees to manually classify documents, adding another layer of security ` Conduct native, automated, customizable reporting to ensure you’re staying compliant is the single largest data protection fine ever levied against a company10 $888 million 10. Amazon Gets Record $888 Million EU Fine Over Data Violations, Bloomberg, July 2021 7
  • 8. 8 Seeing is securing. At the very least, it’s a pivotal first step. For your data to stay protected, you need to have eyes on it. But considering the sheer amount of data your organization has to manage—combined with the countless other duties your SecOps team gets bogged down with—that’s easier said than done. On average, it takes 287 days for security teams to identify and contain a data breach.11 That’s too long. Every second a threat’s active in your network, you raise your risk. You increase your odds of exposing your customer’s confidential information, your company’s intellectual property, and more. The right DLP solution can help—in a couple ways. When you offer security analysts a single-pane management view, they can: Gain greater visibility. With a broader perspective of all your data, SecOps staff can more easily manage and protect your information. Increase efficiency. Rather than switching between multiple apps, security experts can quickly detect, prioritize, and respond to incidents, all in one location. Why settle for just a small peek at your data —when you can see the big picture instead? 11. Cost of a Data Breach, IBM, 2021 Must-have #2 Clear and complete visibility 1 2
  • 9. 9 Does your current DLP product tick all the boxes? The best DLP solutions enable you to: ` Tap into a wide range of advanced data protection capabilities using a single solution ` Turn insights into action with a centralized console for data management and reporting ` Integrate with an XDR platform, allowing you to bring together multiple security vectors 9
  • 10. 10 20 40 60 80 100 0 35% In cybersecurity, time is always of the essence. The longer it takes you to implement your new DLP solution, the less time your tool’s up and running—and the more time your data is vulnerable to attacks. Just imagine: After months of research, you finally choose a DLP solution. It has all the features you could ever ask for—and then some. But there’s a catch: it’s incredibly hard to deploy. So hard, it took your former colleague’s organization over a year to stand it up. And your IT environment may be even more challenging. Slowly, your implementation timeline grows: • 9 months • 12 months • 18 months Which means you’ll have to continue relying on that outdated DLP solution you wished you could upgrade in the first place, at least for the foreseeable future. That very same product you were so desperate to move on from because it lacked the power to keep your data protected. 12. Build a Successful Data Loss Prevention Program in 5 Steps, Gartner, February 2022 GARTNER is the registered trademark and service mark of Gartner Inc., and/or its affiliates in the U.S. and/or internationally and has been use herein with permission. All rights reserved. Graphic created by Trellix, based on Gartner research. Must-have #3 Simplified deployment and management According to Gartner, more than 35% of DLP implementations fail12
  • 11. 11 Long, laborious DLP implementations aren’t the only thing you have to worry about. Perhaps an even bigger consideration should be how easy your product will be for your employees to operate every day. The SecOps team responsible for managing your DLP solution? They already have enough on their plate: • Monitoring threats • Investigating incidents • Remediating attacks Protecting your organization from harm is a high-stress job that requires their full attention. Distractions are the last thing they need. But choose the wrong product, and that’s exactly what they’ll get. Buried in false alerts—triggered by systems that are overly sensitive to user behavior—they could wind up spending too much time on noise and too little time on critical threats. Don’t worry, though. Not all DLP implementations are destined to fail. And finding a product that you can quickly operationalize, and customize in hardly any time at all, is entirely possible.
  • 12. 12 Does your current DLP product tick all the boxes? The best DLP solutions enable you to: ` Stand up your product in weeks, not months ` Operate your system with minimal employee training ` Integrate with an XDR ecosystem, featuring native and open technologies ` Manage all policies from a centralized console, from monitoring to remediation ` Leverage built-in, customizable workflows, so you can get up and running fast ` Ensure accurate data detection with structured and unstructured data fingerprinting ` Take advantage of artificial intelligence and machine learning to stay ahead of threats 12
  • 13. 13 DLP solutions have come a long way in recent years. In the not-too-distant past, permission controls were far less sophisticated. Essentially, a gatekeeper—someone like an IT administrator—would decide who was restricted from or permitted to view and share certain information. There were two options: Block access Allow access Easy, right? But times have changed. Today’s workplace calls for a finer balance between protection and productivity. Organizations house their intellectual property on the very same servers where employees keep their not-so-private resource materials. These items—whether a financial plan, a to-do list, or a happy-hour invite—require different classifications. And your SecOps teams must be able to provide the right level of access to the right people under the right circumstances. Must-have #4 Universal data protection 1 2
  • 14. 14 With a modern DLP solution, you can protect all your data, wherever it lives: • In the cloud • On your network • At your endpoints And it doesn’t matter if your information is in motion, at rest, or in use. You can be confident your data’s secure. The truth is, no data is created equal. Organizations maintain hordes of harmless information on their servers. But for every press release meant for widespread distribution, there’s a proprietary product plan intended for only a few select people to see. For every piece of marketing collateral meant for public consumption, there’s a customer’s social security number expected to remain private. The more sensitive data you possess, the more important it is to have an effective DLP solution. Data that’s actively traveling between locations— through email or IM. Data that’s reached its destination—in cloud storage or a shared folder. Data that’s currently being accessed—through an open document or USB device. In-motion data At-rest data In-use data Data states, defined Secure your public and private data
  • 15. 15 Does your current DLP product tick all the boxes? The best DLP solutions enable you to: ` Discover sensitive files, including OST and PST ` Educate employees on the proper handling of sensitive data ` Include unified rulesets between your endpoint and network ` Integrate with any commercially available email and web gateway product ` Prevent unauthorized external devices from connecting to your corporate network ` Prioritize and protect data with a wide set of controls using data classification models ` Monitor, detect, and defend across multiple vectors, including email, web, endpoint, and network 15
  • 16. 16 A variety of forces can do you harm—from phishing and spear phishing to ransomware attacks. But threats infiltrating your organization from the outside aren’t all you have to be on the lookout for. There are a host of dangers lurking inside your organization, too. Today, negligent employees are the root cause of most insider incidents.13 Usually, it’s because they: • Fail to secure their devices with two-factor authentication • Forget to update their software and install necessary security patches • Ignore the company’s security policies by sharing sensitive information on their personal devices Any one of these actions can leave your organization’s confidential data exposed. Then what? The top 3 causes of insider threats14 Inadvertent or accidental employee behavior Malicious outsiders stealing data by compromising insider credentials or accounts A disgruntled employee manipulating the organization’s systems, tools, or applications 1 2 3 Must-have #5 Effective incident insight, response, and remediation 13, 14. Cost of Insider Threats Global Report, Ponemon Institute, 2022
  • 17. 17 When an insider or outsider threat strikes, you need to act. And fast. You need to tap into the insights you have at your disposal to investigate your incident. You need to respond at a moment’s notice to put an abrupt end to the attack. And you need to remediate the breach to limit any damage. Research shows that SecOps teams take as long as 20.9 hours on average to respond to an incident once it’s been detected.15 That’s nearly a full day. The right DLP solution can help your organization accelerate that response by providing you with greater visibility and control over your entire threat landscape. Not only that—a top-notch DLP solution empowers you to get to the bottom of what happened in the first place using detailed forensics. Plus, it allows you to modify your controls, so you can avoid similar fates in the future. 15. Voice of SecOps, Deep Instinct, 2021 Does your current DLP product tick all the boxes? The best DLP solutions enable you to: ` Prevent and respond to both insider and outsider threats ` Mine data with forensic search capabilities to help catch critical data theft ` Differentiate between an organized campaign and a user mishandling sensitive data ` Support protocols like SMTP, IMAP, POP3, HTTP, LDAP, Telnet, FTP, IRC, SMB, and SOCKS ` Fine-tune policy control and forensics by capturing and ingesting data-transfer event information Every moment matters 17
  • 18. 18 Choosing a new DLP solution isn’t just about selecting the right technology. Yes, it’s crucial to find a product that fits your every need—one that’s chock-full of the various features your organization craves. But it’s about way more than that. It’s about selecting the right partner, too. For the foreseeable future, you’ll rely on your partner. You’ll work side by side with their employees, seeking their guidance and expertise as you implement and use your product. The level of support you receive from your partner should be top of mind as you choose a DLP provider. 16, 17. Getting to Know Your Customers, Forrester, May 2019 of people agree that good customer service is a key factor when deciding what to buy17 Must-have #6 A strong, productive partnership According to Forrester, good customer service is the most important factor—outside of price and product—when deciding what to buy.16 In times of trouble, it’s especially important for your partner to be there for you. 83%
  • 19. 19 Can you imagine? Two weeks into your DLP deployment, you notice a problem: a malicious app has accessed your privileged data. You stop the attack manually. But when you try to analyze the event information, your solution shuts down—again and again—preventing you from finding out the root cause of your attack. You reach out to your partner by phone. No answer. You shoot your sales rep an urgent email. No response. You head to your partner’s website for help. Nothing but bots. Worse yet: What if you discover that your partner is lacking in the innovation department? The solution they delivered is fine for the present. But in the face of today’s rapidly evolving threat environment—is it truly fit for the future? There’s no way you should have to adopt a new solution every few years to keep up. The right DLP technology partner will never let you down like that. You can depend on them for steadfast support and tireless innovation, whether you have a simple question about a rarely used product feature or need more sophisticated threat intelligence. Find a partner you can count on
  • 20. 20 Does your current DLP product tick all the boxes? The best DLP solution provider should have: ` A long history of technical expertise and industry leadership ` An unwavering commitment to product and process innovation ` A strong record of highly rated customer support—from credible sources 20
  • 21. 21 Choosing a DLP solution isn’t a decision you should take lightly. In the face of today’s dynamic threats, protecting your data is vital. Keeping your information safe can be the difference between your organization flourishing or floundering. So you need to make sure you make the right choice. As far as we’re concerned: your search for a preeminent DLP solution is over. Trellix offers exactly what you need. We combine the best-in-class technologies and extensive expertise of two industry leaders: McAfee Enterprise and FireEye. This enables us to deliver a whole new standard of data security. And every day, we continue to build upon our solid foundation—investing in our threat research, growing our product portfolio, and advancing our solution capabilities. Our comprehensive DLP suite includes solutions that span discovery, monitoring, prevention, and endpoint protection. By integrating our offerings, you can reduce the risk of data loss and strengthen your security posture. What makes Trellix DLP different? Endpoint data Network data Database data Cloud data Discover Easily locate, inventory, and secure your sensitive data. Classify Add a layer of protection with manual or automated classification controls. Protect Educate employees and secure data across multiple vectors. Comprehensive visibility. Unified control.
  • 22. 22 Take on tomorrow’s threats with Trellix DLP Today’s threats are growing in volume. In speed. In sophistication. The only way to stay ahead of attacks is to leave reactive security in the past—and embrace a more proactive approach. With Trellix DLP, you can better take on tomorrow’s threats, with a unified suite that empowers you to: ` Secure your data, wherever it lives. Protect business-critical information—at rest and in motion—on your network, in the cloud, and at your endpoints. ` Remain compliant. Ensure data policy compliance and safeguard personal information with automated reporting. ` Simplify deployment and management. Streamline incident workflows and administer policies easily with flexible deployment options. No DLP solution is one-size-fits-all. Every organization has its own unique needs. But Trellix can customize a solution just for you. Interested? Contact us today to schedule a free assessment. About Trellix Trellix is a global company redefining the future of cybersecurity. The company’s open and native extended detection and response (XDR) platform helps organizations confronted by today’s most advanced threats gain confidence in the protection and resilience of their operations. Trellix’s security experts, along with an extensive partner ecosystem, accelerate technology innovation through machine learning and automation to empower over 40,000 business and government customers. Copyright © 2022 Musarubra US LLC 092022-01 Trellix 6220 American Center Drive San Jose, CA 95002 www.trellix.com