Vormetric understands the unique data security and compliance challenges that organizations in finance, retail, manufacturing, technology, healthcare, and others face. That's why we have custom implementation solutions to meet industry-specific needs. Vormetric industry solutions can help Enterprises, Organization and Government agencies protect, control access to, and report on the most critical data.
Business services providers are seeing RFPs and RFIs with ever longer and more complex sets of questions about data security. In order to win and keep customers they need a solid data security solution that goes beyond meeting RFP and RFI requirements to true security.
Whether the delivery model is Software as a Service (SaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), or Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), cloud service providers need to consider how to protect customer sensitive data in the cloud.
Credit Unions have the same data security challenges as the major financial institutions with which they compete, but they must implement and maintain their data security solutions on smaller budgets with much less staff. In addition, NCUA audits frequently mean Credit Unions need these solutions in place very quickly.
Schools, universities, colleges and other High Education institutions should understand the risks associated with sensitive data located in databases and unstructured data locations and protect these systems against unauthorized access and malicious attacks.
Federal Government Agencies face a daunting array of cyber security challenges. They are repositories not only of the personal data of the nation’s citizens and residents but also data critical to the nation’s security and the smooth functioning of its infrastructure. Consequently, these agencies are under constant threat of cyber attack from insiders; stolen credentials; advanced persistent, and other, external threats; and more. In addition, these agencies need to comply with Federal mandates and other regulations and do more, faster and with limited budgets.
Federal Civilian Agencies are tasked with protecting data that is highly desirable to national and international cybercriminals as well as hostile nation-states. This includes data that impacts critical infrastructure, such as that involved in managing the flow of energy, water, food, financial, and political resources that affect the lives of our citizens. Moreover, these agencies must safeguard civilian personal identification and healthcare information (PII and PHI).
The DoD needs to protect personal identification and personal health information as well as data related to missions, deployments, supply chains and more. Much of this information needs to be shared with coalition partners, which makes DoD cybersecurity even more complex and DoD a prime target for national and international cybercriminals and hostile nation-states.
The U.S. Intelligence Community is an obvious target for cybercriminals and hostile nation-states. It has many of the data security concerns of other Federal Agencies as well as some unique challenges. These include data sharing with other intelligence agencies, but with user controlled data constraints; forward deployed, autonomous servers; data center consolidation; multi-tenant, multi-cloud environments; and more.
Reduce the risk of a data breach or internal abuse while meeting multiple compliance regulations, such as SOX, JSOX, GLBA, CA SB 1386 and BASEL II, with the trusted leader in application and database security.
Data breaches in healthcare can hurt the long-term reputation (and long-term revenue potential) of the breached organization, and Boards of Directors and C-suites are demanding data security objectives be met quickly.
Insurance company data is two or more times more valuable to cyber criminals than financial information alone. Combine this with the multiple vulnerabilities of credit card transactions, online customer portals, big data applications, cloud data storage, employees using customer data in content management solutions, etc., and you have a major data security challenge.
Media and Entertainment companies have the same data security challenges most businesses have. However, the damage from a breach in this industry plays out far more publicly, because of the high visibility of these organizations and the highly personal nature of a business largely based on relationships between corporate representatives and high-profile artists.
Outsourced environments require rigorous security to meet contractual requirements around data protection. Having a flexible system to protect and access data on a "need to know" basis and maintaining rigorous separation of duties is essential to smooth outsourcing operations.
Recent high-profile retail data breaches demonstrate retailers can no longer duck and hide from this threat. Profitability and share prices have dropped and executive heads have rolled. If you are a major retailer the odds are that your data is either under attack or it soon will be.
Retail pharmacies face all the data security challenges general retailers face but with the added challenges of complying with HIPAA and HITECH and the reputational damage that would follow a breach of customer health-care information.
When they use SaaS software and networks, customers are concerned about how secure their data is from cyber criminals and competitors. SaaS providers need a data security solution that secures intellectual property as well as regulated and confidential data.
Essential services provided by state and local government agencies rely on sensitive information stored in databases and files, and processed by various web applications. Today, more than ever, government agencies are expected to protect personally identifiable information.