Managed Data Loss Prevention (DLP) as a Service   

Our Managed DLP Service provides a faster time to value

In 2021, the average cost of a data breach in the United States was $4.24 million. Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, remote work contributed to the cost increase. This cost might be significantly higher for giant enterprises. In the healthcare industry, the cost of a data breach was the highest. Keeping track of all of your data is a difficulty for many businesses. Employees today utilize many devices and store data in various locations, including desktops, laptops, smartphones, notebooks, file servers, and the cloud, to name a few. They also send and share data through various communication methods, including email, shared online folders, social media, and collaborative applications. Many firms are unable to track sensitive data leaving the organization and avoid data loss as a result of these factors.

CyberSecop Managed Security Program

We utilize a series of procedures to ensure that unauthorized individuals do not overlook or access sensitive information. We find, monitor, and secure your private information. Our DLP services can spot infractions of an organization’s regulations. DLP program classifies regulated, personal, and essential enterprise facts and identifies violations of issued and implemented policies defined by businesses or inside a predefined policy pack, typically pushed through regulatory compliance such as HIPAA, PCI-DSS, GDPR, CCPA, NIST, ISO, SOC, and others.

Data Loss Risk Management Approach

  • Recording granular usage of information such as user, department, file accessed, file kind, and operation response time while monitoring access to all confidential archives.

  • Notifying and stopping file movements that violate protection policies regularly.

  • Using artificial machine learning to detect unusual or suspicious behavior in order to identify insider threats.

  • Detecting and restricting common file access patterns to protect against Ransomware attacks.

  • For forensic reasons, auditing, compliance checks, and reporting on all file operations.


  • Gartner Magic Quadrant – We utilize a top endpoint data loss prevention system that supports Windows, Linux, and OSX environments – it is implemented and managed as part of a fully managed DLP architecture.

  • You can start securing your data with automated data discovery and classification.

  • Your security approach is informed by having complete visibility into your actual data flows.

  • Our cyber security professionals provide optimal incident escalation, keeping an eye out for incidents that put your data in danger and taking appropriate action.

  • SLAs that are adaptable to your company’s risk profile, requirements, and budget.

  • Manager of dedicated service delivery

  • Data Protection Services


We are professionals at encrypting data and putting in place additional safeguards to keep end-users from sharing it maliciously, preventing data loss for your company.

DLP for data in use

One class of DLP technologies secures data in use, defined as data being actively processed by an application or an endpoint. These safeguards usually involve authenticating users and controlling their access to resources.

DLP for data in motion

When confidential data is in transit across a network, DLP technologies are needed to ensure it is not routed outside the organization or to insecure storage areas. Encryption plays a significant role in this step. Email security is also critical since business communication goes through this channel.

DLP for data at rest

Even data that is not moving or in use needs safeguards. DLP technologies protect data residing in various storage mediums, including the cloud. DLP can place controls to ensure that only authorized users are accessing the data and track their access in case it is leaked or stolen.

What Is Data Loss Prevention (DLP)?

Data loss prevention, or DLP, collects technologies, products, and procedures to prevent sensitive data from leaving a company.

Data loss protects data whether it is transferred via email or instant messaging, online forms, file transfers, or other methods; it can end up in the wrong hands. DLP plans must incorporate technologies that track, detect, and stop unauthorized data flow.