Forcepoint has been a leader in the world of cybersecurity for decades. Today, they are adding Human-Centric Cybersecurity. After all is said and done, it sure looks like perimeter-based security hasn’t made the grade. During the interview, Eric Trexler talks about human-centric cybersecurity.In today’s world where people constantly share information, the control must be on the humans themselves. Forcepoint can show how someone’s activity can be the key to controlling what documents that can access and transfer.
Right now, malicious actors are inside the wall. When they steal identities, they can have access to information that is classified. When a system can identify the normal rhythm of data movement, it can detect if the person transferring data is valid or not.