CLEARWATER, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--FairWarning® Inc. today announced it has released the next generation of FairWarning® for Salesforce to provide Salesforce customers with an easy-to-install, easy-to-understand solution to manage data protection and governance from anywhere, anytime. Customers in any regulated industry can use FairWarning's cloud-based data protection and regulatory compliance solution to proactively protect sensitive investor, consumer, patient and customer information held in Salesforce, as well as comply with PCI, HIPAA and other industry regulations.
FairWarning for Salesforce is an easy, affordable way for Salesforce customers to quickly leverage Salesforce Shield or the event monitoring files to see, and act upon, what is happening to their Salesforce data. It turns event monitoring files into human readable text for the everyday business user. The solution provides data protection through user activity monitoring and is designed to proactively monitor and alert on common security and governance controls, as well as enable flexible reporting and policy enforcement – with streamlined, one click investigations. Its easy-to-use and understand dashboards and point-and-click interface are designed for even non-technical Salesforce users. It is easy to install, with most customers up and running within 48 hours of purchase.
“FairWarning delivered their solution as a turnkey to us at LendingPoint - we were up and running in just a few days. The setup was painless,” said Franck Fatras, Co-founder and CTO of LendingPoint. “As a financial company, auditing and monitoring are two critical phases of securing data that we have access to. Reading pages and pages of event log files is tedious, time-consuming and usually it's too late to take action as an event occurs. FairWarning is helping us sift through all this information and monitor in real time the usage of our application. The package is powerful. We received support in the form of training but also in a consultative manner, reviewing best practices and having dashboards created for us. I would recommend FairWarning to any company that needs this type of service.”
“FairWarning is committed to building trust in Salesforce, so that their customers can operate their business at unprecedented speed with the confidence that their most sensitive data is protected,” said Kurt J. Long, founder and CEO of FairWarning, Inc. “There is no question that if that information is breached, either through an insider stealing data or an external cyber-attack, it can deeply affect people’s lives. For consumers, that can mean their personally identifiable or medical information can be stolen. For businesses, their reputation and steep financial losses are at stake. And for businesses in highly regulated industries, they are subject to a host of compliance and regulatory issues. FairWarning for Salesforce helps protect this sensitive data and establishes a trust platform across all stakeholders. With our solution, any customer responsible for security, privacy, or compliance can actively safeguard and control access to their Salesforce data – anytime, anywhere.”
FairWarning® is a leading provider of solutions which expand trust in mission critical applications, such as Electronic Health Records and cloud applications, empowering businesses to grow their reputation for protecting confidentiality, scale their digital initiatives and comply with complex Federal and state privacy laws such as HIPAA, PCI, SOX, FISMA and EU Data Protection Act. FairWarning provides a comprehensive platform for performing access reports, enforcing access policies, conducting legal investigations, and improving compliance effectiveness. By partnering with FairWarning®, businesses are able to focus on their core competencies, knowing that their data is secure.
Editor’s note: FairWarning will be at Dreamforce from 9/15-9/18. Please visit us at booth #N1135. Please attend our speaking session on Sept. 15 at 4:30 pm PT at Cloud Expos, Partner Theater North 1, with LendingPoint’s co-founder and CEO, Franck Fatras and FairWarning founder and CEO, Kurt J. Long.