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Who is STEALTHbits?

STEALTHbits is a data security software company. We secure an organization’s information by defending against credential abuse and controlling access to data.

Organizations of all shapes and sizes across a wide range of verticals utilize STEALTHbits solutions to:

  • Lock down their unstructured data
  • Control access across their environment
  • Audit changes to important files
  • Detect attacks, like Ransomware
  • Discover the location of sensitive data

…And much more!

Interested in learning more? Let’s get in touch! Fill out the form to get in touch with a STEALTHbits representative.

Other Resources

Get started on expanding your knowledge of the data security space with these assets:

Executive Brief - Credentials and Data

Credentials and Data

White Paper - 5 Challenges with Monitoring Active Directory Security Using Event Logs

5 Challenges with Monitoring Active Directory Security Using Event Logs

Executive Brief - Change and Access Monitoring

Change and Access Monitoring

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