Exceed Data Privacy Regulations

Secure 3rd party Database backed SaaS Applications

Protecting Live Databases

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is nearing its third enforcing anniversary. The European Union blazed the trail of data privacy and now has become a model for many governments. What is common between these regulations is requirements to protect personal information (PII) that identifies a person. They also require this information to be controlled and protected. The ability to tightly manage who has access to PII records and encrypt individual fields of a PII record, gives Cy4Secure unmatched data protection. A single record can take dozens of cipher keys to decrypt. Breached or stolen data only provides cybercriminals with unintelligible digital data. Learn how Bonafeyed’s approach exceeds data privacy mandates and regulations.

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A dataApp is a cloud application backed by a database. Software as a service applications such as Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Customer Relations Management (CRM), Human Resource management (HRM), and Service Desk Management, are essentially dataApps running on top of a database. It is this fact that allows Cy4Secure to encrypt and protect data stored and searched in the cloud. External, insider, and accidental breaches of this data can now be protected and controlled by the owner.

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Fundamentally a database only knows data in its digital form. It does not know the difference if the data is English, German, French or Italian. However, queries must be in the same language for which is stored in the database. This is the basic concept that allows Bonafeyed to encrypt data fields and make them searchable. Read why protecting a database from the inside out is the most effective approach to preventing unauthorized access down to a single record or field.

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Demonetize Breached Data

Databases that have been breached by cybercriminals provide at least two means to extort compensation from the afflicted business. Ransomware is the first opportunity. But even after the enterprising criminals give the victims back control of their computing environment, the real prize is the database. The Dark Web now commonly posts 1000’s of databases for sale to the highest bidder. If the data is encrypted within the database, cybercriminals will see this and move on to those enterprises that have not deployed Cy4Secure. Read more about how this is a growing trend and how it can cost twice as much to recover from a breach.

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