Both Digital Guardian and Microsoft customers can extend their data protection policies across Windows, macOS, and Linux platforms to safeguard their data against all threats.
The Digital Guardian Data Protection Platform now uses advanced machine learning techniques and statistical analysis to understand how both users and entities typically behave within an environment.
Threat hunters looking to learn new tricks, especially around behavioral analytics, and forensics, will want to add Tim Bandos' talk to their Black Hat schedule.
Headed to Black Hat next month in Las Vegas? Digital Guardian has events planned all week at our booth, #920, and around Mandalay Bay. Read on for the full scoop.
Google’s New “No Chrome Browser Injection Policy” Has No Impact on Digital Guardian’s DLP Capabilities
The new Forrester Wave™: Endpoint Detection And Response, Q3 2018 report is out and we’ve been named a “Leader” in the market. Learn more and get a copy of the report now!
Considering a Managed Service Program for Data Loss Prevention? Learn the difference between legacy MSSP and Digital Guardian's MSP, and determine which tasks need to be managed in-house and which tasks need to be outsourced.
Digital Guardian was founded to protect intellectual property on the endpoint from purposeful theft or accidental loss. Since then we have significantly expanded that mission to include cloud inspection, network inspection, EDR, and UEBA, but the deep visibility into system, user and data events continues to be a reason why many organizations deploy Digital Guardian.