Data Security Posture

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Fasoo’s DSPM identifies potential risks and vulnerabilities, implements proper controls, and maintains data visibility through its entire lifecycle.

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Data Security Posture Management

Today, the number of separate tools that IT and Security teams use for data protection and privacy risk range from data discovery, classification, DLP, EDRM, DPP, and CASB. This patchwork of use case and silo-specific security controls are creating new complexities for organizations and increased risk to sensitive data including:

Managing rules sets in these tools in isolation fosters inconsistent policies that expose data

Integration of disparate solutions is difficult to implement and leads to excessive total cost of ownership

Multiple consoles and alert tools create operational complexity and often overwhelm the ability to administer and respond in a timely fashion

Fasoo Data Security Platform

Fasoo Data Security Platform helps organizations enable data security posture management (DSPM) to identify potential risks and vulnerabilities, implement proper security controls, and maintain data visibility throughout its entire lifecycle.


Fasoo overcomes these complexities with its industry leading Data Security Platform. Fasoo combines disparate data security capabilities into a purpose-built, highly automated, centrally managed, data-centric platform. Organizations secure their data better and more easily with Fasoo.

How Fasoo Data Security Platform Benefits You

Critical Data-Centric Processes


Centralized Policies

Critical Data-Centric Processes

Traditional DLP solutions lack essential capabilities to address today’s hybrid workplace, emerging privacy demands and Zero Trust standards. Fasoo’s integrated data-centric proccesses address today’s challenges by including:

  • Data classification
  • Strong protection through persistent file encryption
  • Control over how data is used
  • Lifecycle visibility and monitoring


Freeing user’s from security responsibilities eliminates errors and sustains workflow productivity. Fasoo’s DSP is highly automated and sequences previously time-consuming interactions into a single transparent flow.

  • Immediately discovers a sensitive file when created or modified
  • Classifies and applies appropriate protection without user interaction
  • Embeds a unique file ID for "never lost" file visibility
  • Tracks and monitors data access and actions for adaptive, Zero Trust explicit decisions

Centralized Policies

Consistent policies managing all data-centric processes is essential for the persistent safeguarding of sensitive data. Fasoo’s DSP provides administrators centralized control over their entire unstructured data inventory, no matter where it resides.

  • Set user access and protection levels based on data classification
  • Specify data-in-use controls such as edit, view, copy, paste, as well as set-up exception policies
  • Revoke and remote-kill sensitive files no matter their location
  • Update new governance policies with a single action

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What is it?

What is a
Data Security Platform?

A data security platform is a comprehensive solution that enables organizations to protect their sensitive data from unauthorized access, use, and disclosure. It typically includes a range of security technologies and tools, such as encryption, access controls, threat detection and response, data loss prevention, and security analytics. A data security platform provides organizations with a centralized and integrated approach to data protection, allowing them to manage their data security needs more efficiently and effectively. It also enables organizations to comply with data privacy and security regulations, such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), by providing the necessary controls and safeguards to protect personal and sensitive data. By implementing a data security platform, organizations can reduce the risk of data breaches and cyber-attacks, protect their brand reputation, and maintain the trust of their customers and stakeholders. It can also provide insights into how data is being used across the organization, enabling better decision-making and risk management. Overall, a data security platform is an essential tool for any organization looking to protect its sensitive data and maintain a strong security posture.

What is
Data-Centric Security?

Data-centric security is an approach to cybersecurity that focuses on protecting data itself, rather than just securing the systems or networks that store or transmit it. The goal of data-centric security is to ensure that data remains secure throughout its lifecycle, from creation to deletion, regardless of where it is stored or transmitted. Data-centric security typically involves implementing security controls and techniques, such as encryption, access controls, data masking, and tokenization, to protect data at rest, in transit, and in use. This helps prevent unauthorized access, modification, and disclosure of sensitive data, and ensures that data remains secure even if it is stolen or compromised. The benefits of data-centric security include greater control over data, improved compliance with data privacy and security regulations, and reduced risk of data breaches and cyber-attacks. It also enables organizations to focus on protecting their most valuable asset - their data - rather than just securing the systems and networks that store or transmit it.

What is
Data Security Posture Management?

Data security posture management (DSPM) refers to the process of assessing, maintaining, and improving an organization's overall data security posture. It involves evaluating the effectiveness of data security controls, policies, and procedures to ensure that data is adequately protected from unauthorized access, use, or disclosure. DSPM involves several key activities: Risk Assessment, Security Control Assessment, Compliance Monitoring, Incident Response Planning, and Continuous Monitoring.
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