CipherCloud for
Google Drive

ENHANCE DATA GOVERNANCE AND COMPLIANCE IN GOOGLE DRIVE

CipherCloud extends Google Drive security to meet the stringent compliance requirements of regulated industries, universities and government agencies. Through Google API integration, CipherCloud provides IT with enhanced content control and data protection while maintaining the Google user experience.


PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

  • Policy-driven file encryption protects data in the cloud and on mobile devices
  • Customer control and ownership of encryption keys
  • Robust native DLP engine scans content in real time
  • Built-in DLP policy templates cover GDPR, HIPAA, PCI, GLBA and more
  • Integrated anti-malware and anti-virus scanning

POLICY-BASED ENCRYPTION

CipherCloud’s granular policy controls enable enterprises to protect files against unauthorized access and provides:

  • Granular policies to selectively encrypt sensitive files
  • Real-time key revocation protects data on lost and stolen devices
  • Persistent file encryption enforces authorized access across MacOS, Windows,
    Android and iOS devices
  • Customer control and ownership of encryption keys and zero-knowledge data protection

MONITOR USER ACTIVITY AND DETECT SUSPICOUS BEHAVIOR

CipherCloud monitors user, devices and content critical to understanding activity within Google Drive and other clouds including:

  • Detailed analysis of user activity by user, group, device attributes and file access
  • Detect and notify administrators of suspicious content access including unusual file download count
  • View file encryption trends by user, cloud, content and device type

DATA LOSS PREVENTION AND MALWARE DETECTION

CipherCloud supports flexible policies for data loss prevention and threat detection including:

  • Granular policies scan for sensitive content in files and enforce content controls by user, group and folder
  • Remediate policy violations with comprehensive set of actions including delete,
    self-remediation and file encryption
  • Detect and block malware infected files sent to Google Drive by internal and external users