Data Governance & DLP for 3rd Party SaaS Applications

Polymer identifies, alerts & secures sensitive data in real time over chats, file storage platforms, ticketing systems & codebases. Know where your banking, customer or patient data is most vulnerable. Protect your organization from insider threats via suspicious activity surveillance. 

Next-Gen Data Loss Protection

1-Click Install and customizable HIPAA, CCPA, PII, PHI, GDPR policy wizards to get up and running in 3 minutes. 

Polymer identifies sensitive data in mid-transfer and encodes that data to prevent unauthorized accounts from ever seeing protected information. Polymer’s easy to use administrative dashboard allows simple user and role management to determine who can see what.

A self-learning engine provides increased accuracy and flags for suspicious activity based on usage patterns. Privacy and security officers see significant cost reduction while implementing a robust data privacy program.

Polymer can monitor, secure and redact sensitive data across dozens of collaboration apps.

Standard PII

Age, Credit Card Number, Email, Ethnic Group, Name, Location, Phone Number


Driver's License Number, Taxpayer ID, Passport Number, Social Security Number, Vehicle ID


IBAN, SWIFT, CUSIP, Routing Numbers




IP Address, Hardware ID, MAC Address


Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin Addresses & Private Keys


API Keys, your application UUIDs, and much more

Recent Blog Posts

February 16, 2021

How are Security Leaders Thinking of 2021 Budgets

Discover what measures security leaders around the world are taking to improve their security systems so that you can develop the right strategy and budget for 2021.
February 16, 2021

Common SaaS Security Threats for Financial Institutions & How to Prevent Them

Discover some of the most common cybersecurity threats to financial institutions. Learn how you can reduce your risk and protect data.
February 15, 2021

Behavioral Science approaches towards better security outcomes

‍Successful nudging techniques are based on a positive manipulation of people’s actions. They either make people stop and think, so they can choose a better outcome or, as with the organ donor example, rely on people’s tendency to take the easy option.

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