Cyber crime is increasing day by day. As a result many businesses are facing problem regarding their private file, data or transaction. Expert says security leak in the job is the most overlooked at yet. Bad people are not only responsible for this but also there are some other factors behind it. Paula Long who is the CEO of Nashua, N.H.-based DataGravity, which specializes in storage solutions to help thwart cyber crime, says the biggest threats can be “caused by human error, which is the most common case”.
We can see most cyber security products shows strange behavior on a computer network when it gets attacked in real time. DataGravity ensures the security of data in the storage time. This security starts monitoring the data instantly when it is created or tagged, so who, what, when and where of the documents can be monitored and audited. The system carefully scans every data, credit card number etc very carefully. When it finds anything suspicious then it alerts the administrator to monitor the fact and limit the access of the data.
Long says, “Security violations sometimes take the form of someone accessing the storage under stolen or false credentials.” She also says, “Our product identifies whose credentials they are masquerading under, what data they accessed and from where they entered the array.”
According to DataGravity president John Joseph this system helps Mid-market organizations with 50 to 2,000 employees especially those with vast amounts of unstructured, human-generated data. But this service can also provide service to larger organizations.