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GTB Gets the W-I-N for DLP in 2019
GTB Technologies was recently crowned the winner of Acquisition International’s cyber security award in the data loss prevention (DLP) category for its anti-malware and insider threat capabilities. AI noted specifically that, “[o]ver the past 14 years, GTB Technologies has delivered unparalleled innovations to the data protection and governance market,” which has culminated in a “data recognition platform that couples the power of proprietary intelligent processes with mathematical science.”
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.
Don’t make the mistake of thinking DLP is a quick-fix solution for data classification. DLP is only part of the story. It’s hard to know what data needs to be protected from loss if there is no scheme in place to determine data sensitivity, which is why classification is necessary and should ideally be done prior to implementing a DLP solution. Luckily, GTB Technologies offers solutions for both, meaning it might be worth a look for any organization currently completing a data classification guided implementation.
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Among the full set of features available in Zecurion’s new DLP product is the ability to perform user behavior analytics to help spot data loss events before they occur.
Zecurion has one of the most robust DLP products on the market and this fact was recently recognized by SC Magazine, who placed the product in its “pick-of-the-litter" category for DLP.
Kenna Security deployed their new data driven vulnerability management program, Kenna.VM and accessory program, Kenna.VI. Released on April 28th, Kenna.VM was created with the purpose to set service-level agreements (SLAs) with risk tolerance in mind.
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Will New IoT Security Frameworks Push Compliance Obligations to the Forefront of Security Discussions?
The Internet of Things is increasingly embedded with our daily lives. While these devices make life more accessible, for every new device, a new attack vector for cyberattackers is created.
Qualys VMDR Is Now Live: Increasing Security Threats Requires Strong Vulnerability Management Software
Qualys VMDR has hit the live market. Originally unveiled in February 2020 at Qualys Security Conference, VMDR is now publicly available as of April 16, 2020. Partnering with both large and small MSSPs, VMDR is designed to be scalable to any business enterprise and to automate the entire management cycle on all endpoints.
GTB Technologies has been recognized as “Best Data Loss Prevention Solutions Provider for 2020.” With organizations addressing digital transformation and a growing remote workforce, the risk of data breaches is increased from both insider and outsider perspectives.
Microsoft’s end-of-life support for Windows 7 has run into its first set of issues with its extended security updates (ESUs). Administrators who paid for the ESU found out their downloads are not applying.