Data Leak Protection Tools from The Technology Leader
Enterprise Security Challenge
Companies are struggling to identify and protect sensitive information. Confidential customer data, intellectual properties, trade secrets and legal documents are being shared against authorization, costing organizations millions in restitution. Because this sensitive information is so easily accessible, in today’s open environments, the need for data security has amplified. With the increase in phishing attacks, APTs, and insider breachs, data, in all forms, is at risk: Data at Rest – sitting on the network or shared drives, data in motion – data being sent via email, Instant Message, web postings, etc. and data in use – data saved on removable media devices, such as: USB drives, CD’s, floppy disks, iPod’s , cameras, etc.
Recently, the severity of data protection and insider threats has significantly increased. Information that is being stored on the network and various removable media devices is getting into the hands of outsiders, thus, violating state and federal enforced laws and regulations designed to protect such data: Sarbanes Oxley, GLBA, HIPAA , CA SB1386, CA AB1950, Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard, The Patriot Act, FISMA, FERC/NERC, GDPR, ITAR and others.
Data Loss Prevention is a system which performs real-time data classification of ALL outbound transmissions from the Network and automatically enforces security policies on security violations including blocking. The key is to protect the content, not the file. So if the same content resides in multiple files of different formats, the system must still detect it and enforce an action on the transmission.
New programs requiring the use of unconventional protocols are becoming increasingly more prevalent. Furthermore, despite company policies forbidding the practice, employees frequently utilize peer to peer applications. Microsoft Networks and similar protocols, initially designed for LAN, are perfectly capable of working over the Internet. Finally, malicious applications (e.g., viruses and worms) can be utilized to transfer data across a broad variety of protocols.
So supporting just SMTP, HTTP, FTP and IM is a real limitation and is NOT DLP.
Is Sensitive data moving in and out of your organization?
GTB’s patented Data Protection platform provides the unique ability to seen who is accessing and sending sensitive data, sees where, when and how sensitive data is moving into and out of an organization.
GTB Technologies Data Loss Prevention Solutions Empowers Your Organization
As the creator of DLP for Intellectual Property, GTB Technologies has pioneered and developed Next Generation Data Protection / DLP that Work Platforms that have been guarding critical assets within millions of terabytes – Worldwide – in any language; by delivering Data Loss Prevention, APT / Advanced Threat protection, SSL decryption, Application, Cloud with Shadow IT Control, URL Filtering, Policy Management with Threat Intelligence.
Any mode Architecture equates to All Use Case coverage
GTB unifies visibility and control for on-premises and cloud channels. Threats are preempted and IT policy enforced in real-time using identity, behavioral, and risk analytics.A platform that is architected to be deployed with modular facets gives the organization the ability to deploy quickly with no disruption. GTB’s Data Protection that Works platform is unique from leading competitors in that it addresses threats from both trusted and un-trusted users/insiders and outsiders; including a unique proprietary fingerprinting feature, capable of real-time inspection of all protocols (even those that may be unknown) and optionally stopping data loss immediately; as opposed to just reporting it.
Our products provide unprecedented , real-time visibility and control of content – with no performance degradation.
GTB Technologies Data Leak Protection / Enterprise DLP solution enables organizations to distinguish confidential data and enforce data security policies. Early DLP solutions focused on protecting data in motion by monitoring email, web, secure web and FTP, as well as proactively blocking network communications. Soon after, organizations began to deploy DLP solutions for data at rest, in order to discover and protect sensitive information on internal file shares and desktops. While previous DLP solutions have been solely network-based, the risk of data loss through mobile devices like laptops and removable media devices has stimulated a growing demand for DLP solutions at the endpoint. GTB offers a DLP solution for all data forms; data at rest, data in motion and data in use.
Recent reports from the 2 major analyst research firms in the Data Loss Prevention space have rated GTB Technologies’ Data Protection Platforms with the highest scores in:
- Intellectual Property Protection
- Data Discovery
- Data Classification
- Endpoint Protection
- Cloud Coverage
- Multi-language availability
- Risk Management
- Customer Support
- Deployment Modes
- Managed Services
Reduce the risk associated with Cloud service adoption (Box, Dropbox, Exchange, Microsoft Office, Google Drive, etc) with increased visibility and control of your data. (Cloud Access Security Brokers ( CASB) are limited )
- Fingerprint detection on endpoints – on or off the network – without the need to “phone home”
- Complete data-in-use content inspection DLP capabilities at the endpoint
- Real-time data ex-filtration & infiltration prevention / protection
- Identify sensitive data within images with Optical Character Recognition (OCR) in over 74 languages for Network DLP, Data Discovery, Smart Data Classification
- SSL Decryption
- Application Control
- Native Cloud
- Shadow IT Control
- Implement easy to use and effective security controls and policies to help meet regulatory and compliance requirements.
- Discover, classify, and secure data on Linux, Mac, and Windows.
- Centralize the management of your data security while sharing analytics.
- Enterprise workflow, policy, incident management, and forensic reports enable first responders to analyze and respond to possible incidents.
- URL Filtering
- Identify high-risk insiders.
- Real-time, Automatic Content-Aware Rights Management