Which DLP Solution are you using?

Which DLP Solution are you using? Sound familiar? Many organizations are now being required to discuss with their customers which DLP solution they have in place and how effective the solution is. Healthcare Organizations, Defense Contractors, Financial Firms and the like, are now requiring most of their 3rd party service providers (including contractors, service providers, legal service…
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Notable GDPR News

Notable GDPR Cybersecurity News Click the article title to continue reading Rethink on bank cybersecurity rules might only follow major bank breach, says expert Banks 'effectively unregulated on cybersecurity' 10 Jan 2017 at 10:00, OUT-LAW.COM It might take a major bank to fail as a result of a cyber attack for meaningful changes in cybersecurity…
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Happenings at the Gartner IAM Identity and Access Management Summit

Happenings at the Gartner IAM Identity and Access Management Summit

With the increase of cloud adoption at an exponential rate, businesses are asking themselves what data security precautions and prevention tools need to be adopted and put in place.

Additionally, recent independent research and analyst reports on Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB)  / CSGs indicated that traditional DLP solutions are unable to provide coverage for sensitive data moving to the cloud[1],  ..... well this is partially correct.  Traditional DLP can’t provide coverage however the Next Generation DLP that Works platform can.

Join GTB Technologies during the Gartner IAM Identity and Access Management Summit this year, to see how we’ve transformed the Data Protection market.

You can find us at Booth #110 demonstrating, in just 30 seconds, the industry’s first fully integrated Enterprise Data Protection that actually works.

Or schedule a one-on-one meeting with one of our data security experts to learn how we can help with your cybersecurity needs.

 

[1] Cloud Security Gateways, Q4 2016

GTB Technologies Security News Watch – EU to Ensure IM Privacy

In the News EU to crack down on online services such as WhatsApp over privacy Jennifer Rankin in Brussels and Alex Hern Monday 15 August 2016 11.34 EDT “WhatsApp, Skype and other online messaging services face an EU crackdown aimed at safeguarding users’ privacy, in a move that highlights the gulf between Europe and the US…
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