Forcepoint’s uncompromising systems enable companies to empower employees with unobstructed access to data while protecting intellectual property and simplifying compliance. More than 20,000 organizations around the world rely on Forcepoint to enable better decision-making and more efficient security.
Forcepoint Threat Protection for Linux -Forcepoint Threat Protection for Linux helps you detect risks within your Linux environment and understand what they are affecting so you can decide how to more effectively defeat them. It enables you to minimize attackers’ dwell time in your systems and get back to normal operations quickly and safely, avoiding downtime and reducing the chances of damage or leaks.
Forcepoint Insider Threat – Forcepoint Insider Threat detects suspicious activity, whether it is a hijacked system, rogue insider or simply a user making a mistake. It automatically identifies the riskiest users and provides context into unusual behavior, including an “over-the-shoulder” view enabling organizations to proactively and authoritatively address threats from within.
SureView Analytics – By Employing virtual data warehousing, federated search, powerful algorithms for automated information discovery and intuitive workflow tools, this application gives security analysts the ability to respond to cyber threats, fraud, other criminal activity and even terrorism while they are happening — not hours, days or months later.
Forcepoint Trusted Thin Client – Forcepoint Trusted Thin Client provides users with secure simultaneous access to information on any number of networks from a single endpoint device. Designed for enterprise deployments, Forcepoint Trusted Thin Client provides administrators with centralized management and monitoring, scalability to easily add networks and clients and the flexibility to enable users in offices, in-theater and in the field..
Forcepoint Threat Protection for Linux – Forcepoint Threat Protection for Linux provides unparalleled visibility and assurance of the software in memory on Linux servers and workstations, from the kernel to system services and applications
The 2017 Forcepoint Security Predictions – An annual report by Forcepoint Security Labs
9 Steps to Building an Insider Threat Defense Program – outlines how to succeed in building an Insider Threat program that will secure your organization without disrupting productivity, overburdening your IT staff or hurting your reputation.