Building a DLP Program that Empowers users and avoids the Known Pitfalls
Is Your Data Loss Prevention Program a Success?
Build a DLP Program that empowers users and avoids the Known Pitfalls
As breaches continue to make headlines, it’s apparent that existing, outdated, legacy data security solutions just don’t work. So how does one build an effective DLP program that empowers users and avoids the known pitfalls which have plagued so many enterprises?
How can you protect against malware or cyber espionage insiders “phoning home” source code, manufacturing specifications, pharmaceutical documents, patient PHI, PCI data, regulatory data including draconian GDPR and other data ex-filtration use cases?
How can you block sensitive data being sent to unapproved personal cloud storage locations such as AWS, BOX, Dropbox, the BYOC problem, storage devices OR simply meeting privacy compliance regulations, EVEN IF the data is SSL encrypted, either on-premises or off-premises?
One must go beyond the old way of reactionary security to a more intelligent way of detection and protection. The key to this methodology is going beyond malware and intrusion detection to actually placing controls around and protecting data.
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They are highly impressed with GTB’s all-in-one DLP solution and its ability to discover, classify, detect, and protect companies from threats in a seamless manner.”
If you have sensitive information on your enterprise, you need GTB –
if for no other reason than that you’ll sleep much better knowing your data is protected.
Peter Stephenson, SC Magazine
We see GTB’s platform as a direct response to address this problem, and we feel it is a best-in-class solution.
Nov. 16, 2022 lkin
For these reasons, GTB is a top choice among those who take data protection seriously and is used by major players across industries, including finance, healthcare, defense contractors, and government.