Security Risk Assessment
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With increased phishing attacks and data leak risks, protecting sensitive data, customer and corporate information from a breach is more important than ever. See if your organization is at risk of compliance penalties, loss of source code, patent applications, intellectual property and brand damage.
Request your On Demand Data Risk Assessment to find out the answers.
What Exactly does GTB's Accurate Risk Assessment Report On?
Your confidential content may be transmitted through many different Internet Protocols and through several means: e-mail, instant messengers, web servers, private blogs, hacker tools, spyware and many other applications.
How Does GTB's Risk Assessment Work?
GTB's risk assessment is conducted by GTB's managed service cybersecurity engineers, using the GTB's proprietary Data Protection Download (the most accurate DLP solution on the market) and is typically is up and running within 30 minutes.
GTB's assessment will monitor and scan all outbound transmissions for the presence of secured content. Immediately, you will be prepared to answer the critical question. Are you compliant and / or losing sensitive information?
By now, you are so familiar with network security problems that you have a complete arsenal of hardware and software, encryption and firewalls, IDS and IPS, to prevent any hacker, virus, worm, malware or spy ware from penetrating your defenses. From the outside, it appears you are indestructible, right?
Inside is a different story.
The Gartner Group estimates that 70 percent of security incidents, which actually cause financial losses to enterprises, involve insiders. 60% of those are unintentional. The Federal Bureau of Investigation asserts that "Insider threats to data security, which have received considerably less notice than external security risks, need more attention." Identity Theft incidents are increasing at an alarming rate. Such incidents are not only embarrassing, but actually cause financial harm to companies, averaging $92 per each record lost.
Federal and State Governments enforce laws and regulations designed to protect such data: Sarbanes Oxley, GLBA, HIPAA , CA SB1386, CA AB1950, FISMA, FERC/NERC, Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard, The Patriot Act, and others. In any modern enterprise, core assets reside in Intellectual Property. In fact, your IP resides in many different digital forms on your network; including customer data, financial reports, business plans, internal memos, technical designs, source code, etc. All of this confidential information is available, just a few clicks away from exposure by a sloppy or disgruntled employee.
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