Newport Beach, CA, September 26, 2006 – GTB Technologies announced availability of version 10.1 of its GTB Inspector appliance, which protects organizations against leaks of confidential data and helps to achieve regulatory compliance.
The new version focuses on the unique requirements of large organizations: scalability, reliability and distributed deployment. To meet them, GTB Inspector can be deployed in clusters with support for load balancing, redundancy, failover and automatic data replication. Future increase in traffic can be accommodated by installing additional devices without interruption.
GTB Inspector inspects outbound traffic over all network protocols in real time and prevents attempts to transmit confidential data in an unauthorized manner. The GTB Inspector solution is transparent to the end user as well as to the network devices. The solution protects structured, unstructured, text and binary data.
Those new features further distinguish GTB Inspector as a mature, dependable product, with the best technology in Information Leak Prevention and Outbound Content Compliance markets. Few weeks ago, GTB’s lead was confirmed by Aberdeen Group in a research brief, covering ILP space: Read entire research brief.
“GTB Inspector is vital to large organizations’ success; after all, they are extremely susceptible to security breaches. Enterprises can finally protect their networks without having to bear network slowdowns or interruptions” said Uzi Yair, GTB Technologies’ CEO.
About GTB Technologies
Based in Newport Beach, CA, GTB Technologies provides comprehensive security solutions for detecting and preventing outbound transmissions of confidential content that violates corporate policy as well as government and industry regulations. GTB focuses its offering on threats to corporate security that come from inside the organization.
GTB Technologies sells to organizations in the financial, insurance, health care and manufacturing sectors, universities and governments.
PR Contact :
Tali Yosiphon – GTB Technologies, Inc.