Concerns for data protection within cyberspace are rising, especially as the cost of security spending increases while the amount of data loss incidents continues to grow. Traditional approaches to cybersecurity are failing, and so various data protections firms are adapting their strategies to counter the malicious attacks.
New measures in cybersecurity data protection must be innovative and adaptive, which is why we spoke with Guy Filippelli, the Vice President of User and Data Security at Forcepoint. Filippelli discussed with us the work that Forcepoint is doing in data protection – namely a measure of protection that adapts to the behavior of internal employees. Forcepoint’s “Risk-Adaptive Protection” strategy uses behavior-analytics to identify an organization’s strongest and weakest points in their cybersecurity based on their employees’ online routine in the workplace.
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