If Personally Identifiable Information is discovered, the exact PII string is not written back to the Retina Network Security Scanner User Interface or Retina CS (will require version 4.5; coming soon). This is intentional. Consider recording the finding and spreading the discovered PII across the network (due to the Data Discovery itself) and storing it again in yet another solution. The Data Discovery process itself made the PII data leak situation worse. Instead, Retina provides full details of the filename and path and the type of content that was discovered. This is illustrated below: The Retina Network Security Scanner has solved the problem of data discovery in a more secure and efficient method than the most common tools on the market. Using the advanced dissolvable scanning capabilities of RLSS, a vulnerability assessment scan can now find sensitive data, report on the asset, and identify the file, path, and type of data discovered. This answers the question of where my sensitive data is at rest and helps meet regulatory initiatives that require the identification and protection of personally identifiable information. Watch the product video now > For more information on the Retina Network Security Scanner or Retina CS, please click here.
Morey J. Haber, Chief Security Officer, BeyondTrust
Morey J. Haber is the Chief Security Officer at BeyondTrust. He has more than 25 years of IT industry experience and has authored three books: Privileged Attack Vectors, Asset Attack Vectors, and Identity Attack Vectors. He is a founding member of the industry group Transparency in Cyber, and in 2020 was elected to the Identity Defined Security Alliance (IDSA) Executive Advisory Board. Morey currently oversees BeyondTrust security and governance for corporate and cloud based solutions and regularly consults for global periodicals and media. He originally joined BeyondTrust in 2012 as a part of the eEye Digital Security acquisition where he served as a Product Owner and Solutions Engineer since 2004. Prior to eEye, he was Beta Development Manager for Computer Associates, Inc. He began his career as Reliability and Maintainability Engineer for a government contractor building flight and training simulators. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the State University of New York at Stony Brook.