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GTB Technologies Recognized as Best Data Loss Prevention Solutions Provider for 2020
TB Technologies has been recognized by Acquisition International as “Best Data Loss Prevention Solutions Provider for 2020.” With organizations increasingly addressing digital transformation, coupled with the increased demand for the workforce to be connected remotely, the risk of data breaches increases from both insider and outsider perspectives.
The current platform consists of the following modules:
- Data Discovery
- Data Classification
- Content Aware DRM/IRM
- Cloud DLP
- Network DLP – Data in Motion
- Endpoint DLP/EDR Detect & Respond
With this feature set, GTB enables users to accurately monitor, control, audit, and prevent sensitive data from malicious theft, while automatically enforcing relevant mitigating data security policies and procedures.
GTB Technologies provides its users with a flexible, scalable, and simplified solution for a very complex issue that is top of mind when it comes to data security. The integration of a modular platform solution with fingerprinted data provisions that results in a catch rate of 100% permits organizations to efficiently address areas of concern. The solution’s functionality helps users in the short- and long-term, by giving them the tools to further identify areas that may require more time and research in order to best optimize assigned resources.
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