SaaS Data Loss Prevention

SpinOne’s Data Loss Prevention (DLP) capability is a critical component of data protection strategy for Google Workspace, Microsoft 365, Salesforce and Slack.

In cloud SaaS environments, data loss prevention (DLP) is a vital component of the enterprise cybersecurity strategy. Having security measures in place to avoid data loss due to leaks or unauthorized sharing is essential for achieving and maintaining compliance.

What is Data Loss Prevention (DLP)? Why Is It Important?

Data security has become the top priority for modern businesses. Advanced networking and adoption of cloud SaaS technologies enable it to transfer, collaborate upon, and exchange SaaS data, and they also make it simple to do something else – lose it. Companies might lose SaaS data if shared in a manner that “leaks” data, revealing sensitive or critical information unexpectedly.

SaaS data is now the most critical resource that must constantly be accessible to customers, end-users, and partners. Unfortunately, unavailable SaaS data or data loss for reasons such as data corruption, SaaS downtime, or other IT infrastructure issues violates many compliance frameworks, including HIPAA, PCI-DSS, GDPR, and others. That’s why it is critically important that a business takes every measure to protect data. DLP solution is among these measures.

DLP is an integral part of keeping your business safe from data breaches and leaks, which can cost a lot of money in fines. It can also save you a lot of money by avoiding lawsuits and lost business.

Data loss prevention represents the set of tools and processes that ensure business-critical and sensitive data is not lost, leaked, misused, or compromised. It also puts protections in place to ensure unauthorized individuals cannot access it. So really, it encompasses protecting against two primary risks to sensitive or critical data – loss and leaks.

Apart from preventing data leakage and loss, DLP is massively important today for several other reasons. Organizations that do not give the needed attention to DLP open themselves up to the potential for lawsuits, including ones whose data was exposed by a data loss or leak event.

Aside from lawsuits from individuals, there can be penalties from regulatory agencies. For example, fines from the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) are significant if a company is grossly negligent. GDPR penalties, in this case, can amount to 4% of the global turnover or €20 million, whichever is higher.

“Backup your SaaS data — because most SaaS providers don’t.”

— Forrester

SpinOne Capabilities for SaaS Data Loss Prevention
  • AI-powered cloud ransomware detection
  • Protection against risky third-party applications
  • Automated application security scoring
  • Alerts and SaaS security analytics
  • Insider threats protection
  • Granular security policy orchestration
  • Automatic backups multiple times per day
  • Ability to store backups across multiple cloud storage locations
  • Local Downloads
  • Fast Search
  • Encrypted cloud backups in-flight and at-rest
  • 100% recoverability of SaaS data
  • Protected from ransomware and other attacks
  • Extended backed up data retention
  • Highly acclaimed data loss prevention software

Why SaaS Backup Is Vital for SaaS Data Loss Prevention

Controlling data in cloud SaaS environments is becoming increasingly challenging. As organizations make greater use of cloud SaaS data locations and services, they must have the visibility and controls to govern data access and security. Native DLP solutions by major cloud SaaS providers often fall short in features and seamless integration across cloud SaaS services. Modern enterprises need third-party data loss prevention tools to meet their needs in a rapidly-changing digital environment and growing threats.

Primary reasons for data loss in cloud SaaS environments

  • Human error
  • Insider threats
  • Ransomware or other malicious threats
  • Leaky third-party applications
  • Data shared outside the organization
  • Personally Identifiable Information (PII)
  • Protected from ransomware and other attacks
  • Insufficient backup policies

Robust cloud SaaS data protection

SpinOne provides robust cloud SaaS data protection to businesses looking to protect Google Workspace, Microsoft 365, Salesforce and Slack environments. It provides businesses with a cloud-to-cloud backup solution that offers excellent features and an “as-a-Service” model for protecting your data.

With SpinOne, businesses have no backup infrastructure to purchase, provision, or maintain. Instead, business-critical data is backed up from Google Workspace or Microsoft 365 environments and housed in SpinOne cloud storage. It also provides businesses with unmatched multi-cloud storage options.

Multiple backup storage options

  • Google GCP storage
  • Microsoft Azure
  • Amazon AWS S3
  • Custom storage

Effective Cloud SaaS DLP Capabilities

SpinOne provides the Data Loss Prevention (DLP) features needed to meet the challenges of data loss and data leak in modern cloud SaaS environments. SpinOne SaaS data protection features include:

  • Automatic backups multiple times per day
  • Ability to store backups across numerous cloud storage locations
  • Encrypted backups in-flight and at-rest
  • 100% recoverability of your data
  • Protected from ransomware and other attacks

SpinOne is the ultimate data loss protection software for enterprises. It offers rapid scalability in accordance with your business needs. Its intuitive interface provides ultimate visibility and controls over cloud SaaS security, backup, and recovery. Security administrators can see risks, security incidents, backup history, protected data assets, and activity logging from a single view, bolstering both security and compliance of your business-critical data.

Finally, SpinOne’s data monitoring functionality makes it an efficient data leak prevention software. Admins can track unauthorised access to the data as well as set policies that prevent individual users or departments from sharing data in a potentially damaging way.

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