CyVolve’s comprehensive CyOS™ platform puts data control back into the hands of the owner. The cybersecurity platform allows companies to manage data at all times, no matter where it is being accessed. CyOS™ addresses security at the most fundamental level of data, giving users total control not only within their own networks, but as well as across all domains and systems.
Locking down email and data security
A key feature of the CyOS™ platform that illustrates this data control functionality is the ability to control who sees your email and whether they can forward it or copy its information. The solution requires that the recipient download the CyVolve client (at no charge to the email recipient). CyVolve users then have the ability to see whether email has been forwarded, copied, or deleted. They can even revoke email and attachments from the original recipient, or from the recipient of the forwarded message. Organisation can get a lockdown on their data, even when shared on email.One opportune application for these security measures is sensitive communication regulated by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) or the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). However, the reality of today’s cyber security world is that all industries are seeking more comprehensive platforms to fundamentally secure the sensitive data they have. All organisations need to guarantee data’s usage by only those that were specifically chosen to receive it.
CyVolve’s platform encrypts data whether it is in transit or at rest, ensuring only authorised users can access the information. The level of protection it provides, ensures even CyVolve are fundamentally unable to view the data that CyOS™ users have, send, or receive. This is called true zero-knowledge security. The platform provides protection in the client’s network, in the cloud, or in any hybrid environment in between.
Behavioural analysis for security and more
CyVolve also employs behavioural analysis to manage employee data control access within an organisation. With this technology, CyOS™ can track behaviour and analyse usage patterns — for example, how someone accesses, copies, or moves files. If the system detects a deviation from usual patterns — or a major anomaly such as a large number of files being copied — it can respond with a notice, with an alert to a manager, or by shutting down that employee’s account.
In retail, where the solution has gained significant traction, marketing departments can also use behavioural analysis to learn how consumers respond to email marketing campaigns or what their behaviour is before and after a sale.
The CyVolve solution is extremely flexible and easy to implement. It allows for customised deployments. Whatever the size of an organisation, their industry it operates in or the infrastructure of their current network, the CyVolve cybersecurity platform can help improve security, workflow, and compliance.