Using Observability to Detect Data Exfiltration
Most breaches are targeted at data repositories where the crown jewels of an organization reside. To protect themselves against a breach, the best that security teams can do today is deploy solutions across all their apps, infrastructure, networks and devices, but that does not give them the required visibility and control over their data flows. This is exacerbated by modern data layer architectures deploying database-as-a-service instances, pipelines and cloud datawarehouses that do not support traditional monitoring agents and host-based policy enforcements.
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