Detect data threats early and respond

Get alerted on suspicious data activity – so you can quickly contain security incidents and minimize their financial, regulatory, and business impact.


Identify real threats to your data

Threat detection solutions that monitor infrastructure or endpoints may not detect all data threats, especially when bad actors use compromised credentials. Rubrik Data Detection and Response (DDR) monitors data at its source, eliminating blind spots and alerting you to suspicious data activity before it’s too late.

Detect Threats Early

Get alerted to anomalous and suspicious data access and activity as soon as it occurs.

Eliminate Blind Spots

Monitor data at its source to eliminate blind spots encountered with other solutions.

Respond to Incidents Faster

Take action quickly by using critical insights such as what data was compromised and which entities accessed that data.

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Gartner® Innovation Insight: Data Security Posture Management

Get Gartner's latest insights on DSPM and take control of your data today. You'll see Laminar (now Rubrik DSPM) featured in the report.

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Continuous Monitoring

Detect active threats

Continuous monitoring of activity logs lets you discover suspicious data activity as it occurs, facilitating quick containment. 

Data-Driven Alerts

Get alerts that matter

Reduce noise by orchestrating activity monitoring to focus on sensitive data. Prioritize alerts based on data sensitivity.

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SIEM and ITSM Integration

Streamline remediation

Reduce your mean time to respond (MTTR) through integration with leading SIEM and ITSM tools. Investigate threats quickly and effectively using data context such as what data has been impacted, where it is located, and what entities have access.

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Data Security Posture Management (DSPM) for Dummies

Learn how to ensure the security of your data in today’s ever-changing threat landscape.

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