Cisco Cloudlock for Spark

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How Cisco Cloudlock Helps • Gain visibility into and control over sensitive information stored in Cisco Spark • Mitigate the risk of cloud data leakage through powerful, automated response actions when sensitive data is discovered • Support adherence to compliance regulations within cloud applications Functionality Highlights • Cloud Data Protection: Continuously monitor cloud environments for sensitive data and information exposure • Automated Enforcement: Leverage automated response workflows to efficiently mitigate risk • Day One Defense: Gain immediate value with out-of- the-box policies for common data security concerns • Advanced DLP Precision: Pinpoint proprietary sensitive information through advanced DLP functionality such as RegEx input and threshold controls © 2017 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Cloudlock for Spark DATA S H E E T Functionality Highlights Mitigate Increased Risk of Data Exposure in Cloud Applications Combating data leakage in the cloud is a formidable challenge given the collaborative nature of cloud environments and the ease with which they enable users to access, create, and share sensitive information. Organizations are struggling to bridge the gap between legacy data protection tools and the often limited level of visibility and control within cloud environments, particularly when accessed by external users or employees off of the corporate network. Identify Sensitive Data in Cloud Environments Cisco Cloudlock continuously monitors Cisco Spark environments with a cloud Data Loss Prevention (DLP) engine to identify sensitive information stored in cloud environments in violation of policy. With Cisco Cloudlock, security professionals enforce out-of-the-box policies focused on common sensitive information sets, such as PCI-DSS and HIPAA compliance, as well as custom policies to identify proprietary data, such as intellectual property. Advanced capabilities such as custom regular expression (RegEx) input, threshold settings, and proximity controls ensure high true positive and low false positive rates. Mitigate Risk Through Automated Responses Cisco Cloudlock takes cloud DLP beyond discovery by offering configurable cross-platform automated response actions. Through an API-driven Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) architecture, Cisco Cloudlock supports deep, integrated response workflows that leverage the native capabilities of Spark, from end user and admin notifications to the automated deletion of sensitive data. Discover and Protect Sensitive Information Cisco Cloudlock® enables organizations to securely adopt Cisco Spark by providing full visibility and control over sensitive data stored in Cisco Spark. Cloudlock identifies critical information such as PII, PHI, and PCI as well as other proprietary information to adhere to regulatory compliance and internal data protection mandates. When sensitive information is detected in violation of customer policies, Cloudlock triggers incidents and automatically takes risk-appropriate actions such as notifying end users and admins of violations and deleting violating content (file or message) from a Cisco Spark space. Cisco Cloudlock for Spark - Incident View

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