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Protection Without Compromise

End User Data Loss

Data continues to leak from endpoints. Whether by accident or malfeasance, endpoints remain porous. However, protection at the cost of end-user experience is not the answer; a solution that balances risk mitigation, user experience, and administrative overhead is required.

  • Control Data Access
    Historically, endpoints have taken an all-or-nothing approach to data control. However, zero-trust access controls with hidden drives maintain data protection even after a device has been unlocked.
  • Protect Data-At-Rest
    Lost and stolen devices remain a common problem. Cigent full disk encryption solutions efficiently and effectively provide confidence and documentation that data is encrypted.
  • Track Data Activity
    A critical challenge with data loss is knowing what is lost, especially with internal actors. Cigent's data logs create irrefutable documentation of data activity, eliminating the unknown.


Data Loss and Leakage
is a Threat to

The effects of data loss are real and lasting. Unless organizations take the appropriate measures to ensure data is secure, data leakage will wreak havoc. 

The Cost of Data Loss
$ 9.48 million

The average cost of a data breach in the US is $9.48 million. 

The Effects of Data Loss
94 %

of companies suffering from a catastrophic data loss do not survive – 43% never reopen and 51% close within two years.

Endpoint Data
96 %

of all business workstations are not being backed up.


Protecting Sensitive Data from Loss

Cigent addresses data losses with its Endpoint Data Protection Platform. We offer an array of capabilities from a single solution with efficient cloud management. Organizations will no longer have to choose between risk mitigation and user experience as the solution is nearly transparent to users.

Cigent’s layered protection includes:  

Zero Trust

Zero-trust Data Access Control

Limits exposure without compromising user experience.
  • Policy-based zero-trust endpoint access control enabled by AI monitoring 
  • Instead of “all unlocked...” files are kept in protected environments until access is required
  • Step-up authentication is seamless with identity management solutions including Okta, Cisco Duo, and Microsoft Hello 
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Full Drive Encryption Manager

Full Drive Encryption

Effectively protect data-at-rest.

  • FDE including BitLocker manager protects data when a device gets lost or is missing 
  • Cloud console enabling efficient deployment, management, and reporting.  Modern workflows to streamline actions
  • With PBA meets CSfC data at rest requirements
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Data Logs

Permanent Data Logs

Protect against nefarious insiders.

  • Keeps unalterable logs of all data activities including when insiders boot off a USB stick
  • Prevents insiders or external attackers from “covering their tracks”
  • Logs can be used for investigation, non-repudiation, and litigation
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Unlike traditional methods, Cigent’s patented erase verification proved superior to simple crypto erase, aiming for NSA approval. This unique capability allowed the Navy to repurpose drives confidently, knowing that sensitive data had been securely erased.

- DIGISTOR for US Navy

We couldn’t be more excited about our exclusive partnership with Cigent to equip selected Phison products with the most secure storage solution on the market.

- Sebastien Jean, CTO, Phison

We’re thrilled to be working with Cigent and Carahsoft to provide our Public Sector clients with a top-tier storage solution that boasts Government-accredited security certifications. This partnership along with our new offering is another stepping stone in Seagate’s continued support of our Public Sector clients.

- Mike Moritzkat, Managing Director of Seagate Government Solutions


Find answers to common questions and concerns about our products, implementation, and support.

What is data loss and data leakage, and how do they differ?

Data loss occurs when data is accidentally deleted or corrupted, making it inaccessible to users. This can happen through hardware failures, software issues, or human error. Data leakage, on the other hand, refers to the unauthorized transmission of data from within an organization to an external destination or recipient. This can be due to security breaches, improper disposal of data, or unintended email sends. Both pose significant risks to an organization's security and require different strategies to manage.

What are the common causes of data loss and leakage?

Common causes of data loss include physical damage to storage devices, power outages, software malfunctions, and accidental deletion of data. Data leakage can be caused by malware, phishing attacks, insecure networks, or accidental sharing through misconfigured permissions or human error. Both types of incidents can also be exacerbated by inadequate security measures or lack of employee training.

How can businesses effectively prevent data loss and leakage?

To effectively prevent data loss and leakage, businesses must adopt a multifaceted strategy. Regularly backing up data is crucial as it allows for the recovery of information in case of loss. Employing robust security software, such as anti-virus and anti-malware programs, helps protect against unauthorized access and data breaches. Implementing strict access controls and user permissions minimizes unnecessary exposure of sensitive data. 

How does Cigent help organizations protect against data loss and leakage?

Cigent specializes in advanced cybersecurity solutions that protect against both data loss and leakage. Our products include:

  • Data Encryption: Encrypting data at rest, in use, and in transit to ensure it remains secure.
  • Real-Time Threat Detection: Monitoring systems for unusual activities that could indicate a data breach or impending loss.
  • Endpoint Security: Securing all endpoints to prevent unauthorized access and leakage.
  • Compliance Assistance: Helping organizations comply with data protection regulations to avoid legal penalties and loss of reputation.

What should an organization do in the event of data loss or leakage?

In the event of data loss or leakage, an organization should:

  • Assess the Impact: Quickly identify the scope and impact of the incident.
  • Contain the Breach: Take immediate steps to contain the breach and prevent further data loss or leakage.
  • Notify Affected Parties: Communicate with stakeholders and affected parties as required by law and best practices.
  • Investigate and Remediate: Conduct a thorough investigation to determine the cause of the incident and implement measures to prevent future occurrences.
  • Review and Update Security Measures: Review existing security protocols and update them as necessary to enhance protection.