Your information is at greater risk than ever as evidenced by recent high-profile breaches that involve the theft of proprietary data from large organizations. Many security teams are focused on preventing targeted attacks, but keeping the bad guys out is only one part of the strategy. Malicious and well-meaning insiders can also potentially steal and leak valuable intellectual property. Driving these security initiatives is compliancy. Are you protecting your data? Are you making sure you are compliant? What can you do to prevent insiders from causing a breach?
Today, companies are struggling to identify and protect sensitive information within their organizations. Securing information such as personally identifiable or personal health information of employees and customers, intellectual property and trade secrets, marketing plans and legal documents, is a top priority for them. CTH Technologies' Security & Compliance solution addresses these two areas by providing you an agent based software solution that is installed on the desktop to prevent sensitive data from leaving and help you achieve compliance in the different rules.
The need to protect key information assets in a wide open online environment has given rise to the increasing demand for data loss prevention (DLP) solutions.
What is Data Loss Prevention? DLP addresses three fundamental questions
Today many organizations have been taking the time to plan for a disaster recovery. Creating offsite backups, virtual images, and more to make sure that their most important information is available to their employees at all times. Now that the servers have been backed up to all sorts of locations, what happens when a user accidentally deletes a file or overwrites a file?
Most IT systems have to go back to tape or storage to retrieve the file and this could take time and effort. What if there was a way to allow the user to retrieve a file or get a version of a document?
CTH Technologies' SecureCARE has the capabilities to auto-save any document, create versions of those documents as the user is working on them. Thus creating a simple repository that the user could retrieve themselves. These files can be stored locally or on the network.