Thousands of the world’s top enterprises trust Varonis to manage and protect their data. These are their stories.
Varonis works across the whole organization. It works with our infrastructure, our Active Directory, it works on all the hardware and software we have. It’s allowed us to see what goes on – and see what’s out there. We were able to detect and disable a ransomware infection within 10 minutes of an attack.
A real differentiator between DatAdvantage and the other solutions we explored was the breadth of features that it offers. It finds your sensitive data, gives you the ability to track it and assess it against baseline end-user activity, and automatically alerts you when abnormal behaviors begin to happen.
DatAlert’s ability to alert on anomalies that indicate a ransomware attack and scan files for possible ransomware infection was a huge selling point for us. In the months following deployment, Varonis alerted us to several ransomware attacks. In each case, we were able to shut down accounts quickly and minimize the impact.
How Miramax uses Varonis to protect movie scripts and actor contracts
A global film and television studio best known for its award-winning and original content, Miramax has over 700 titles in its acclaimed library ...
How the City of San Diego stops hundreds of thousands of breaches a day
The City of San Diego needed a solution that could address data security and the evolving threat landscape for a city of over 1.3 million ...
How Boston University made data loss prevention a success
Boston University has a very large, complex environment: staff who use predominantly Windows; faculty who use 50/50 Windows and Mac ...
Lexington Medical Center tackles ransomware for improved cybersecurity
Healthcare providers generate and retain highly sensitive information about their patients’ health – making them prime targets of ransomware attacks ...
How AXA Wealth gets visibility into their data and automates permissions
AXA required a solution that could help manage and give visibility into their complex environment: copious Active Directory security groups ...
How Imperial War Museums improves visibility and control over its sensitive data assets
With Varonis, IWM can now provide an audit trail for forensic investigations into any security issues and prove to regulators that it has stringent IT controls...
How University of Maryland School of Medicine identifies, classifies and secures sensitive data with Varonis
The University of Maryland School of Medicine needed better visibility into the different types of sensitive data that its employees and students ...
How T.D. Williamson reduces security risks, streamlines permissions, and maintains a least-privilege model
The 98-year-old company needed to secure and manage nearly 90 million files globally, make accurate permissions decisions, know immediately....
How Dedham Savings Bank prevents security breaches and keeps bank data safe and sound
Dedham Savings Bank needed a solution to help identify customer and sensitive data, protect that data from cyberattacks and insider threats ...
Imelda Hospital locks down data access with Varonis
The hospital knew that it needed to tighten up global access controls to file shares, so that only the right groups of people could access the information they needed ...
How American Health Insurance Plans protects its growing unstructured data
AHIP was formed through the merger of two trade associations: Health Insurance Association of America (HIAA) and American Association of Health Plans (AAHP) ...
How Rabobank gains full control over data access and permissions, and enables regulatory compliance
With so much unstructured data, including application data and departmental information, Rabobank needs to ensure it is only accessible ...
How Loyola University Maryland prioritizes their security efforts and educates employees on data storage best practices
When hackers successfully breached a nearby university, the IT staff at Loyola University Maryland knew they had to act fast to secure their own environment ...
How Hugh Chatham Memorial Hospital boosts security and locks down access to more than a terabyte of network file shares
The hospital needed to monitor unusual file activity and user behavior, and sought a solution that could help identify who has access to which files ...
How Grant Thornton controls and tightens their permissions for sensitive data
Grant Thornton France was unable to consolidate access to its 30 file servers which, at the time, contained approximately four terabytes of data ...