Advanced Host Data Loss Protection Solutions

Take organizational security to the next level by eliminating
and preventing loopholes for data leakage from hosted assets,
integrated infra and resources with Host Data Loss Prevention solutions.


Immune Enterprise Ops to Data Losses

Best-of-breed host data loss prevention systems provide the monitoring, management, and full visibility of company data.

Whether or whether a pandemic exists, remote employment has become the new norm. Companies of all types, sizes, and scopes are implementing remote working techniques. As workers access secret organisational files and sensitive data from their home offices, it has become very difficult for firms to safeguard data and prevent data loss. If a company’s sensitive or secret databases are moved logically or physically from the business to the public domain, the corporation suffers a tremendous financial and reputational damage. This is where CDWT’s superior Host Data Loss Prevention (HDLP) comes in handy for your business.

HDLP is the monitoring and prevention of unintended data exfiltration via host systems by internal or external parties. CDWT offers world-class Host Data Loss Prevention (HDLP) solutions that safeguard corporate data by eradicating any data leaks. It requires the identification and continuous monitoring of vital corporate data. This is followed by the adoption of cutting-edge technology to safeguard data points across the infrastructure of the firm.

Types of Data Subject to Disclosure

Corporate Data
  • SIEM
  • Host Security
  • Network Security
  • Data Security
  • App Security
  • Virtualization Security
  • Privileged Access Management
  • Endpoint Protection
  • DDOS Protection
  • Next-Gen Firewalls
  • Web Application Firewall
  • Cyber threat Intelligence
  • Database Activity Monitoring
  • Vulnerability Assessment
  • Penetration Testing
  • Web Application Security Assessment
  • OS Hardening
  • Syslog Server
  • 24/7 Security Monitoring
  • Cloud-native security
Transactional Data
  • Bank Payment
  • B2B Orders
  • Vendors Data
  • Sales Volumes
  • Purchase Data
  • Revenue Sheets
  • Sales Projections
  • Discount Ratios
Insightful Data
  • Customer Lists
  • Spending Habits
  • Contact Details
  • User Preferences
  • Product Customer Profiles
  • Payment Status
  • Contact History
  • Account Balances
  • Purchase/Transaction History
  • Payment/Contract Terms
Personal Data
  • Full Name
  • Birthday, Birthplace
  • Biometric Data
  • Genetic Information
  • Credit Card Numbers
  • National Identification Number, Passport Numbers
  • Driving License Number, Vehicle Registration Number
  • Associated Demographics Preferences

Why Your Organization Requires Robust Host Data Loss Prevention Solutions: A Comparison of Common Enterprise Challenges and Benefits

Comprehensive scanning for open ports and evaluation of login credentials and sophisticated setup problems that may result in data loss.
Control the user's ability to exchange sensitive information with other domains through email and other communication channels.
Stop data transmission to personal cloud drives, such as Google Drives and Dropbox, used by employees.
Deliver data projection by restricting data transfers through SSH, FTP, and RDP beyond the scope of the company.
Restrict user access to specific categories of websites, including social networking and gaming sites.
Preventing data loss by continuously monitoring user desktops with periodic snapshots.
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Methods for Preventing Data Loss

Data protection is tough, particularly in a remote work setting. CDWT urges businesses to safeguard their data, even if the majority of their staff is remote.

Policies and Guidelines

Create a policy framework for data management and IT asset use. Establish rigorous security requirements and strictly enforce them.

Identifications and Weaknesses

Identify vulnerable hosts and explicitly specify the security policies for interacting with the hosts.

Evaluation and Classification of Risk

Determine the danger posed by each host and classify them appropriately. This also plays a significant role in risk mitigation strategy planning.

DLP Strategy and Security of Information

Data loss prevention (DLP) cannot operate alone. It must be included into the company's overall IT security policy.

Data Loss Prevention using HDLP Solutions from CDWT

There are several opportunities for organizational data leakage, such as workers deleting data by mistake or employees exchanging information with other parties, such as freelancers and agencies, without understanding the security ramifications.

CDWT offers complete Host Data Loss Prevention (HDLP) solutions by using modern technology and the most recent innovations to prevent data theft and provide full security against unauthorized data loss. We use our decades of experience in enterprise security to assist organizations in defining, deploying, and controlling sensitive data.

Gain a comprehensive view of sensitive data and regulate the user's data transmission capabilities. Control data transmission through SSH, FTP, and RDR outside of the organization's domain, as well as data transfer to employee-owned cloud storage services such as Dropbox and Google Drive.

Prevents unwanted data transmission and provides constant desktop monitoring through regular snapshots.

From USB devices to screen grabs, Skype and Microsoft programmes to clipboards, block data leakage at every conceivable exit point.

Continuous data scanning to find sensitive information on endpoints running macOS, Linux, and Windows. Examine information bases for any data loss or leakage sources. Determine the origins of anomalous or malicious data flows.

As working from home becomes more prevalent, employers are more worried than ever about employee productivity. In situations when working from home is the only choice, employers must anticipate the effect on employee productivity. CDWT assists organizations in extending the capabilities of the HDLP solution by adding a few tracking functions. Using these capabilities, they can:

  • Determine the number of hours the laptop was locked and unlocked.
  • How productive the employee was at a certain time frame.
  • Determine the timing of the employee's login and logout.
  • Determine how much time was spent on a certain program.
  • Know the amount of time spent on browsers.
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Why Should You Depend on CDWT's Host Data Loss Prevention Solutions?

Superior Technology

As one of the world's most well-known cybersecurity service providers, CDWT's HDLP solutions are driven by a mix of cutting-edge technology and the most recent innovations.

Exhaustive Insights

CDWT provides a comprehensive picture of discovered data breaches, hazards, and vulnerabilities, as well as their effect on the company. Data insights supported by actionable advice and strategic security recommendations aid in the management of data.

Comprehensive Security Infrastructure Perspective

Even when networks, devices, and environments undergo continual change, the powerful HDLP solutions provided by CDWT provide a complete picture of the whole security landscape.

Technical Knowledge

CDWT is home to some of the world's most prominent cyber professionals. The team has decades of expertise offering comprehensive cybersecurity services to customers from all over the world and from a variety of business sectors.

Secure Remote Workplace Conditions

Using an end-to-end audit of remote working security, we guarantee that all corporate networks, apps, and devices are properly protected and secured.

Advantages Of CDWT

The world's biggest Application-focused Managed Cloud Services Provider and a leader in managed cybersecurity. Dedicated security evaluation services.

12+ years of service to 4000+ corporations, including 60+ Fortune 500 companies, in 25+ countries spanning the Americas, Europe, Middle East, and APAC.

More than 40 Security Controls, twenty Centres of Excellence, and two thousand worldwide cloud specialists

Pre-met compliance demands for local, national, and international compliance regulations, such as IRAP, GDPR, HIPAA, SAMA, CSA, GXP, and ISO Certifications.

3200 UTMs, 13000 HBSS, 800000 EPS

Seven Security frameworks using the MITRE ATT&CK, CIS Critical Security Controls, and more

Comprehensive 24x7 monitoring of cyber security

Advanced Managed Detection and Response Solutions Automated Security Solutions for threat prediction, detection, and response (MDR)

Expertise in managed SOC (Security Operations Center) services and solutions on a global scale.

DevSecOps-specific portfolio

Cybersecurity Consulting, Cybersecurity Assessment, and Audit Reporting Services for the Entire IT Stack and Cloud Infrastructure.

Advanced Cybersecurity Incident and Response Team (CSIRT) for CDWT

Threat Intelligence powered by Industry-leading platforms such as Microsoft, OSINT, STIX&TAXI, MISP, etc. and CDWT Threat experts

Considerable threat management knowledge in protecting big and complex settings and using the sophisticated features of industry-leading technologies and Cloud-Native Security products.

Expertise in building and administering comprehensive SIEM - assisting organisations in proactively assessing vulnerabilities and automating and accelerating incident response.

Advanced Host Data Loss Protection – FAQ’s

Data Loss Prevention (DLP) is a collection of technologies that monitor network and data endpoints to prevent data loss.
In the contemporary corporate environment, data is seen as priceless. It is essential for businesses to safeguard their data. Due to the pandemic, remote working has grown widespread, and it is now very difficult to monitor data in a remote workplace, hence increasing the risk of data loss. Here is where enhanced Data loss prevention (DLP) may assist your organization.
Data Loss Prevention (DLP) is a collection of techniques designed to safeguard sensitive data. DLP technologies also offer comprehensive reporting and monitoring to ensure compliance and uncover vulnerabilities.
Any firm should make the protection of sensitive data from internal and external threats a top concern. This may be accomplished by continuous data monitoring, evaluation, categorization, analysis, and encryption. This is possible with the greatest Data loss prevention (DLP) techniques available.