Category Archives: Data Loss Prevention

Cloud Architecture: Data Leak Prevention in the Cloud

Cloud Architecture: Data Protection in the Cloud

Cloud Computing and Emerging Technologies, Azure, AWS, Google, CASB Cloud Access Security Broker, Software-as-a Service (SaaS),  SaaS Monitoring Platforms (SMP), Virtualization, Web-Oriented Architecture (WOA), Enterprise Mashup.......

These technologies can mean a profound change in the design of an organizations' infrastructures; permitting large organizations to be nimble while enabling smaller organizations to create advanced, sophisticated infrastructures rivaling their large counterparts; however these technologies bring an innate security risk and compliant nightmare.

By deploying Inspector Cloud, providers can secure their customer's data and gain a competitive advantage over less secured competitive offering.

Problem:    Your Data Leaves &/or Enters the Cloud ... SHOULD IT?

When trusted users, your employees or contractors, use your confidential data from Cloud services such as Salesforce, Amazon (AWS), Dropbox, etc; the chance of leakage (whether by accident or with intention) increases.

Did you know ...  While most of these cloud providers utilize HTTPS to transfer data, some are using SECURE RDP. Such transmissions represent significant risk of data loss since 'content-aware' DLP systems do not have visibility to such breaches. 

Implement consistent policies across the clouds

 

Solution 1:    GTB's Inspector Cloud - Discover, Protect, Enable

GTB's Inspector Cloud knows the moment your trusted or Non trusted users access this sensitive data, sending alerts or enforcing policies such as block, encrypt or quarantine thus preventing any breach or unintended use. 

Organizations can now have full control of the data that is allowed to move to the cloud and block data that is prohibited.  The Inspector scans all content uploaded to or downloaded from cloud applications such as Salesforce, Box, Google, Dropbox, SAP, AWS and more.  Based on easy, customizable policies, the Inspector will use enforcement actions such as block, quarantine, alert and more along with notifying & educating an end-user or administrator.

GTB's DLP suite provides support for SECURE RDP; enabling full and accurate protection against policy violations targeted to the Cloud.  NO OTHER SOLUTION CAN!

Solution 2:    GTB's DLP as a Service

We've re-invented the Enterprise Data Loss Prevention Marketplace; now our unique technology is available to organizations regardless of the size with our DLP as a Service.   GTB's Next-Generation Data Loss Protection (DLP) solution is an easy-to-deploy, less expensive alternative for resource-constrained security and IT teams.

Cloud Providers, CASB, SaaS Monitor Platforms (SMP), MSSPs, ... can now deploy Data Protection and / or API DLP for their customers by joining GTB's Cloud Alliance Program.

Solutions for Beyond the Network:    

               GTB's Advanced Data Protection at the Endpoint   

               GTB's Content Aware IRM

GTB Technologies Platform Benefits include:

  • Native Cloud Data Classification and Discovery for Dropbox, Box, Azure, Office 365, Google Drive, OneDrive and many more cloud sites (optional).
  • Options for automatic encryption and file level access controls
  • Cross-Cloud coverage
  • User Analytics
  • Remediation
  • Real-time
  • Accurate Detection

 

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Three Notable Articles In the News about Linkedin

Thursday Edition: Three Notable Articles In the News about Linkedin   LinkedIn 2012 Data Breach May Have Hit Over 100 Million By  ROBERT MCMILLAN  Updated May 19, 2016 6:55 p.m. ET Professional social network says it will invalidate passwords that weren’t changed since breach   Hacker looks to sell 117M LinkedIn passwords from 2012 data…
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Fridays Edition: Three Noticeable Data Breaches Making News from North America

Wendy's: Data breach hit 5 percent of our restaurants May 11, 2016    By James Rogers “Wendy’s said Wednesday that an investigation into the recent data breach at the fast food-chain found that less than 5 percent of its restaurants were affected..”.  Click the article titles above to continue reading So what does a corporation owe…
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Importance of Data Loss Prevention for Cybersecurity

The Importance of Data Loss Prevention for Cybersecurity The advent of networked computer systems and the Internet has made a huge impact on the way organizations operate.  Most organizations now use networked computer systems to communicate, collaborate and store a large amount of important information. This information can include confidential customer details, trade secrets, intellectual property,…
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Network DLP – Data in Motion

Network DLP - Data in Motion