How FairWarning helps customers strengthen Salesforce data security:
of security breaches involve privileged user credentials
*Forrester Research, “The Forrester Wave: Privileged Identity Management, Q3 2016”
Monitor Privileged Users
Monitor and audit the activities of Salesforce users who have access to the most sensitive data and security controls across your organization to prevent privileged user abuse from damaging your instance – and your business.
Get a consolidated view of profiles and permissions, monitor for escalations and changes in permission sets, and meet key parts of security and privacy regulations and frameworks, like GDPR and ISO 27001.
of enterprises store sensitive data in the cloud
*2016 Vormetric Data Threat Report
Prevent Data Theft
Departing employees may find your proprietary information very valuable, particularly if they’re moving to — or starting — a competitive organization.
Salesforce has evolved from a CRM to a core business application that might hold sensitive customer and prospect data, trade secrets, and more. Many employees begin exfiltrating data 90 days before they leave, and proactive monitoring can help alert you to unusual activity by your Salesforce users.
Whether employees are suddenly exporting a higher-than-normal number of records or accessing documents that are not essential to their business function, FairWarning for Salesforce reads your Shield audit logs and delivers useful insights so you can take action before it’s too late.
Detect and Remediate Insider Threats
Monitor and detect careless or malicious users who are misusing your sensitive information.
User behavior analytics proactively track and analyze user behaviors to spot anomalies and predict future behaviors across multiple orgs.
FairWarning for Salesforce also integrates with multiple apps, giving you visibility across your entire cloud application environment. View each user’s permissions and risk levels, and predict and prevent future behaviors that could have dire consequences for your operations and reputation.
of data breaches are caused by insiders
*2018 Verizon Data Breach Report
of compliance professionals expect their personal compliance liability to increase in the next year
*Thomson Reuters 2017 Cost of Compliance survey
Comply with Regulations
A culture of security and privacy starts with a culture of compliance.
Monitor for changes in the security configurations of your Salesforce instance and third-party networks to keep your organization secure. FairWarning maps to such regulations as GDPR, HIPAA, PCI DSS, FFIEC, FCA, FINRA, SOX, and the NY Cybersecurity Rule, ensuring that your Salesforce data security helps you satisfy key compliance requirements.
|Monitor the creation & deletion of objects, including custom objects such as opportunities, accounts, contacts, and leads|
|Detect changes to security controls within Salesforce (e.g., creation of admin users, changes to permissions or profiles, escalation of privileges, changes to password policies)|
|Monitor when inactive users attempt to login to your Salesforce org|
|Be proactively alerted when unapproved applications are accessing your data within Salesforce|
|Conduct a forensic investigation of Salesforce usage by a departing employee|
|Mitigate risk exposure by detecting and tracking abnormal user behaviors|
|Fulfill on legal requests of who’s accessed what data in Salesforce|
|Monitor which exports and reports specific users are running, and the size of each report/export|
|Comply with state, federal, and global regulations regarding access controls and monitoring user access (e.g., PCI DSS, FFIEC, SOX, NYCR, HIPAA, SEC, FCA, FINRA, ISO, FERPA).|