DCAP (DATA-CENTRIC AUDIT AND PROTECTION) CENTRAL
DCAP Central aggregates all information related to Data-centric security into a central repository, including Database Risk profiling, Database Activity Monitoring (DAM), File Activity Monitoring (FAM), Data Loss Prevention (DLP), Identity and Access Management (IAM), Cloud Access Security Brokers (CASB) and others. All data is consolidated into an inexpensive centralized security and compliance lake, providing improved access to rich activity information while simplifying data collection processes and reducing operational costs. DCAP Central is not just great at managing the data, reporting and long-term retention; it also includes machine-learning engines, AI algorithms and services that uncover insights, issues and improvements based on the collected data – all out-of-the-box and with no development needed. Justification engines, 360-degree views of both assets and users and compliance templates round-out the picture allowing you to manage risk, simplify security operations and reduce the cost of compliance.
CLOUD DATA SECURITY
|Migrate data-centric workloads to the Cloud safely, securely and without losing sleep. jSonar parallels the security and audit controls that you already have on-prem with their cloud counterparts for all public cloud environments including SQL on Azure, CosmosDB, all AWS RDS flavors, S3 on AWS, Sharepoint Online and the list keeps growing. Use the same dashboards, reports and workflows regardless of whether the data came from an on-prem security console or from the Cloud to simplify your world and drive key insights and efficiencies.|
DATABASE SECURITY 2.0
Simplify your life with a single solution for all your databases and move from expensive database security implementations that provide little value to an implementation that uses AI and advanced automation to both reduce costs and provide true insights and security for your database environments – consistently for databases on-prem and in all public clouds. You get:
SPLUNK PRE/POST PROCESSING
The jSonar platform is a modern cloud-native Security Data Lake (SDL) that is the perfect complement to the industry-leading Splunk solution for enhancing functionality while reducing costs. As a pre-processor, the jSonar platform provides valuable analytical processing facilities to dramatically reduce the volume of data indexed into Splunk, while also converting raw data into more useful information being sent to Splunk. As a post-processor, our platform can instantly and cost effectively establish a multi-year repository for your Splunk data to better balance cost vs. increasing retention goals vs. performance. And all of these capabilities are fully transparent to the Splunk users, who continue to access any data in the platform with the comfortable Splunk GUI. Customers do not replace Splunk with jSonar; they use jSonar to offload workloads, reduce Splunk costs and augment Splunk to more effectively implement CyberSecurity use cases.
UNIVERSAL ACCESS & INTEGRATION
jSonar provides unparalleled possibilities in terms of integration. You can access data through both NoSQL and SQL so you can use any of your existing Business Intelligence (BI) tools such as Qlik and Tableau. Access using a variety of NoSQL drivers and tools is supported natively – examples include Alteryx and Splunk as well as open source environments such as R, scikit, Hadoop and Spark. The NoSQL layer allows rapid integration with a variety of environments without the need for development, for example, enriching security event and audit data with CyberArk and ServiceNow data.
Monitoring for Database as a Service (DBaaS) and for Cloud Activities
jSonar’s DCAP Central product and jSonar’s Database Security 2.0 software-as-a-service (SaaS) monitor cloud Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) solutions such as Azure SQL, Azure CosmosDB, MongoDB Atlas, Amazon AWS Redshift, Amazon AWS RDS, GCP BigQuery and much much more. They also connect to services such as Azure Event Hubs, AWS Cloudwatch and GCP StackDriver for aggregating and analyzing any Cloud security events.