Data Loss, Theft and Exfiltration

Prevent accidental and malicious data leakage through your website in real time

Ensighten offers the leading client-side solution, enabling real-time protection against data loss, theft and exfiltration, including existing and new attack methods through our threat intelligence capabilities. Due to the constant evolution of exfiltration methods, many attacks bypass security controls, which means that data leakage often goes unnoticed for long periods of time, causing great damage to businesses. With legislations such as the CCPA and GDPR holding businesses responsible for data leakage, it is imperative that your business has a solution in place to protect customer data from exploitation.

PII theft

Personally identifiable information (PII) holds great value on the dark web and is an easy target for online attackers looking to capitalize. Compliance laws, such as the CCPA and GDPR, state that organizations are responsible for all PII loss. Ensighten enables prevention against PII theft and other website attack methods.

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Data exfiltration

Data exfiltration methods, such web skimming, have increased in both volume and complexity, often bypassing standard security controls and going undetected for long periods of time. The Ensighten solution ensures comprehensive website security and compliance to prevent data leakage and evolving client-side attacks.

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Data leakage

Data leakage, whether accidental or malicious, is harmful to your brand and can bring serious compliance risks. Ensighten’s client-side data leakage prevention solution is built with compliance in mind, preventing accidental data leakage and mitigating malicious attack methods, such as online skimming and formjacking.

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Supply chain security

Websites are a prime target for cybercriminals looking to steal data due to the use of third-party technologies, which are easy to exploit and often go undetected when compromised. Ensighten enables supply chain security through an allowlist approach, authorizing only approved vendors to function on your website.

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