Protect Data with Uniform Governance Across Communication Channels
Centralized Governance | Unified Security
- Secure your digital assets without getting in the way of users
- Standardize security policy across email, file sharing, mobile, MFT, SFTP, etc.
- Apply granular policy controls to protect data privacy
- Define role-based permissions for external users
- Enforce compliance consistently across communication channels
Run Potential Threats Through a Gauntlet of Layered Defenses
Centralized Protection | Unified Security
- Protect content consistently across all communication channels
- Apply SSO, MFA, AV, ATP, and DLP centrally
- Strong TLS 1.2 encryption in-transit and AES-256 at rest
- Customer-managed keys (bring your own key)
- FIPS 140-2 certification and FedRAMP Authorized hosting
Leverage Your Security Investments with a Single Point of Integration
- Single Sign On support for SAML 2.0 and Kerberos
- LDAP and Active Directory integration
- Integrate with your DLP solution to prevent data leaks
- Integrate with your ATP solution to quarantine unknown threats
- Feed your SIEM a single, normalized syslog
Secure Deployment Options to Fit Your Needs
- On-premise, private cloud, hybrid or FedRAMP deployment
- Virtualized VMware and Hyper-V environments
- Private or hybrid cloud deployment on AWS and Azure
- Hosted, compliant private cloud deployment by Kiteworks
- Keep data at the system of origin; no migration required!
Minimize Security Vulnerabilities and Reduce Maintenance Costs
- Highly scalable and flexible deployment architecture
- Pre-configured for hardened, tight security
- Closed ports, disabled SSH, embedded anti-virus, encryption
- Fast, easy installation, patches and upgrades
- Ongoing security updates
Frequently Asked Questions
Integrated security refers to the concept of combining various security measures and technologies into a cohesive system. It involves integrating multiple security components, such as access controls, authentication mechanisms, encryption protocols, threat detection systems, and incident response mechanisms, into a unified framework. This integration allows for seamless coordination, management, and administration among different security solutions, resulting in enhanced protection against threats and vulnerabilities.
Integrated security is crucial because it provides a holistic approach to safeguarding systems, data, and networks. By combining multiple security measures, organizations can achieve a higher level of defense against potential risks. Integrated security enables efficient monitoring and management of security controls, facilitates rapid incident response, and promotes consistent application of security policies across different areas of an organization. It helps reduce complexity, improve operational efficiency, and minimize the gaps that can be exploited by attackers. Ultimately, integrated security helps maintain confidentiality, integrity, and availability of critical assets, ensuring the overall security posture of an organization.
For a secure file sharing software solution, security integrations are important. First, strong user authentication and access controls are essential to verify the identity of users and control their level of access to files. Encryption is also crucial to protect the confidentiality of shared files, both during transit and at rest. Integration with data loss prevention (DLP) systems can help prevent unauthorized sharing of sensitive or confidential information. Additionally, malware scanning and threat detection systems can be integrated to detect and block any malicious files or activities. Audit logs and monitoring capabilities are important for tracking file activities and identifying any security incidents. Lastly, integration with secure communication protocols, such as Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) or Transport Layer Security (TLS), ensures secure transmission of files over networks.
A secure file transfer software solution requires specific security integrations to ensure the authenticity of files being transferred. Robust encryption protocols, for example, are essential to protect the confidentiality and integrity of files during transit. Integration with secure protocols, such as Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) or Secure Shell (SSH), adds an additional layer of security for file transfers. Access controls and user authentication mechanisms are crucial to verify the identity of users and authorize their access to the file transfer system. Integration with antivirus and anti-malware scanning can help detect and block any malicious files or attachments being transferred. Monitoring capabilities and audit logs are important to track file transfer activities and identify any suspicious or unauthorized actions. Finally, integration with data loss prevention (DLP) systems can prevent the accidental or intentional transfer of sensitive or confidential information outside the organization’s secure environment.
Yes, Kiteworks integrates with several security solutions in an organization’s security infrastructure. Some of these integrations include Single Sign-On (SSO), Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) and Active Directory (AD), data loss prevention (DLP) solutions, advanced threat protection (ATP), security information and event management (SIEM) systems, and more. These integrations enable organizations to enhance their overall security posture by leveraging their existing security investments and extending their capabilities to the Kiteworks platform, allowing organizations to control, protect, and track the sensitive information they share with trusted partners.