Data Loss Prevention


Advanced Data Loss Prevention has two goals: prevent unauthorised external parties from accessing information and prevent information from being released by people from within the organisation.

There are several automated approaches to prevent data leakage or loss of data. You can achieve a lot with smart algorithms on endpoints and the appropriate firewall settings. But this does not sufficiently cover the human factor: what do people share via email, web and social media be it deliberate or not? To prevent targeted attacks on individuals and officials (CEO Fraud) and to protect sensitive or valuable information, an integrated approach is required.

Persistent Threats combine attacks via the web, email and social media to find the weakest link. This means that these threats must be thwarted via multiple channels with advanced tools, good business directives and smart people, based on up-to-date information about the threat. Sometimes using rigorous measures: why should your people have access to their private webmail and their social media accounts from your business systems, with all the risks that involves? They can easily do that on their smartphones!

Dynamic information and correlation are crucial. Information about suspicious IP addresses, malicious email addresses, abnormal behaviour and attachments must be linked to identify and counter targeted attacks. Before they reach their attack goal. Kahuna offers Data Loss Prevention that prevents and combats blended attacks via email, web and social media.

Kahuna’s added value: Dynamic Data Loss Prevention based on threat assessments.


  • Protection against spam, phishing & ransomware attacks via email, web and social media
  • Establishing and enforcing policies for information sharing
  • Compliance
  • 24/7 preventive management and rapid response from Kahuna’s Security Operations Centres, our ISO-27001-certified digital security control rooms in Amersfoort and Valencia, in case of attacks


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