Between a lack of awareness, unintentional user actions, system glitches, and increasingly sophisticated malicious activities, you run the risk of your sensitive data being exposed—and that can cause a range of problems, from fines to customer loss, legal ramifications, and damage to your company’s brand.
Applications have moved to the cloud and users have left your network, connecting direct-to-cloud. That creates a significant blind spot, as users bypass gateway security controls, allowing sensitive information to flow out of your network—or when that data is hidden in SSL traffic that you can’t fully inspect.
Various data protection regulations—PCI, HIPAA, and GDPR—require you to put measures in place that protect sensitive information on your network and prevent it from being exposed to unauthorized parties.
Protect personally identifiable information (PII), personal health information (PHI), and intellectual property from loss with advanced features such as Exact Data Match (EDM), machine learning, and granular policies for optimal protection.
Zscaler Cloud DLP policy follows your users on-network and off, always protecting you against data loss. Zscaler inspects all your traffic inline, including SSL, and gives you the protection and visibility you’ve been missing.
The Zscaler cloud security platform was built with compliance in mind, offering you an essential tool for complying with all major regulations. Leverage the built-in dictionaries and engines to make data protection painless.
Provide the same level of security to all your users by moving your data security to the cloud. Zscaler sits between your users and the applications they are connecting to. Cloud DLP policy follows users where they work—on- or off-network—and provides the same level of protection to all users at all times.
Don’t settle for partial inspection of your traffic. Around 70% of outbound traffic is encrypted and thus not subject to inspection by traditional DLP solutions. With Zscaler, there are no capacity constraints for enabling SSL interception at scale. Zscaler is a proxy by design, performing SSL inspection on all traffic, without the inspection limitations of appliances.
Make prevention, not remediation, your number-one priority. Zscaler is architected to sit inline, so it can block sensitive information before it leaves your network—instead of being limited to damage control after data has been compromised. The Zscaler security architecture was built in the cloud from the ground up and the service is user-based, not capacity-based, allowing your Cloud DLP inspection to scale elastically with performance guaranteed by SLAs.
Roll out DLP in minutes, not months. No architectural changes are needed to implement Cloud DLP because it is part of the Zscaler Security Platform, a fully integrated security stack as a service. Zscaler eliminates redundancies of managing various appliances, reducing the resources needed to stand up and maintain point products.
With Zscaler EDM, you can fingerprint and match up to one billion cells of your unique sensitive data inline. Those fingerprints will be stored in the Zscaler cloud to give you the ability to stop data loss globally and at scale. EDM dramatically increases your detection accuracy of exfiltration attempts. Instead of spending your time combing through your incident notifications and looking for the needle in the haystack, you can now focus on the remediation of actual data loss incidents.
Maximize your data protection even as you maintain compliance with industry mandates, such as HIPAA, as well as data privacy regulations like GDPR. Leveraging an extensive feature set, including EDM, machine learning, file type control, and granular policy that follows the user, Cloud DLP simplifies compliance with regional regulations.
With Zscaler Cloud DLP, you can instantly analyze and report on any compliance concern. With visibility into each DLP violation, you can customize your notification workflow and reporting. Zscaler Nanolog Streaming Service (NSS) can also forward logs in real time to your third-party DLP solution via secure ICAP, or feed into your SIEM to integrate with your governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) workflows—buying you crucial time for analysis and remediation of data loss incidents.
75 billion transactions per day at peak periods
100 million threats detected per day
120,000 unique security updates per day