LONDON Jan. 27, 2011
The company’s DLP solutions are capable of blocking any outbound transmission, no matter the protocol or file format, providing all users with enhanced network security. The GTB DLP Suite inspects both structured and unstructured data fingerprinting. In case of a data leak, the GTB DLP Suite will detect fingerprinted data leak among both.
Designed for greater security and to make sure all packets are scanned without network degradation, the GTB DLP Suite detects any manipulation on data. This is due to the use of various precise and imprecise proprietary detection algorithms.
The GTB DLP Suite is made up of three DLP solutions: the GTB Inspector, the GTB Endpoint Protector and the GTB e-Discovery. The GTB Inspector scans, with accuracy, all outbound traffic and can block sensitive information without a proxy server. GTB Endpoint DLP discovers, protects, audits and controls any information susceptible to leaking at the endpoint through any USB device. Finally, GTB e-Discovery DLP scans both desktops and file-Shares to report any vulnerability, which it will then delete or quarantine. In all three cases, GTB DLP solutions provide capability to detect content in any language.
"These intuitive solutions stop sensitive data from leaving a corporate network, preventing unauthorized transmission attempts of confidential content, irrespective of the internet protocols and data formats being used, and without a proxy server," remarks Bensimon. "Furthermore, GTB DLP solutions can detect extracted data, file format conversion, compression, file embedding, file extension changes, re-typed data as well as any change in data representation; in both structured and unstructured data."
Security violations are recorded immediately in the GTB’s Central Management Console. Detailed analysis can then be made on the source, the destination and the actual content violated. Such sources and destinations are based on the Username, the Machine Name, the IP address or the email address. A geographical map is also available for the data destination. Such features represent extra value-add for the GTB DLP Suite, and are an opportunity for further market penetration and growth.
"GTB provides very low-level of false-positive and false-negative rates and rigorously answers state and federal regulations and legislation, such as PCI, HIPAA, GLBA, FERPA, and others, which is why GTB draws its biggest clients from the banking, financial, defense and healthcare sectors," concludes Bensimon. "The high rate of accuracy and ease of deployment of its solutions indicate that it will sustain its momentum to becoming a major provider of DLP solutions in the coming years."
For the New Product Innovation Award, the following criteria were used to benchmark GTB’s performance against key competitors: innovative elements of the product, leverage leading edge technologies, value added features/benefits, increased customer value and customer acquisition/penetration potential.
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