Spirion unveiled the Spirion 10.0 data platform with improved enterprise capabilities. In the 10.0 release, executive data visibility is revolutionised via the newly introduced “Spirion Spyglass” dashboard. Spirion has also expanded its cloud support to include cloud storage discovery, classification and protection for G Suite, Office365, Dropbox and Box. Spirion has also made its data available to complementary enterprise applications such as Splunk via RESTful APIs. The features introduced in Spirion 10.0 provide inclusive data security and privacy for any organisation, including those that must comply with regulations such as the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Demonstrate Accountability in All Data Protection Activities
Spirion Spyglass offers enterprise-wide visualisation of the risk exposure of an organisation’s sensitive data and the capability to drill down into specific areas of interest. Company board and C-level executives are demanding more information and are more invested than ever before in understanding the overall risk posture of their business. This powerful new feature gives answers to their questions by showing real-time and historical trend data on existing, newly created and protected sensitive information within the enterprise – both on premises and in the cloud.
Spirion Spyglass enterprise dashboard components enable managers to control huge amounts of data to understand what sensitive data exists, where it is and is not located, when it was found or eliminated, who owns it and how it is protected, if at all.
Add Sensitive Data Visibility to Splunk and SIEM through Enterprise App Integration
By integrating Spirion with Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solutions such as Splunk Enterprise, users can share, analyse and correlate Spirion's sensitive-data results with current enterprise security investments. The Spirion Splunk App replaces costly and complex third-party development integration and manual data exports which enables enterprises to add Spirion’s rich data set to current information about systems and users so they can better understand their risk posture.