Sensitive Data Discovery

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Discover, Classify, and Manage Access to Sensitive Information

STEALTHbits provides a comprehensive sensitive data discovery and classification solution. You will expose where sensitive information exists across all your unstructured data. You can also identify the business owners of that information to get the right people making policy decisions. STEALTHbits will also provide a number of automated actions to control access to the data, tag the data to indicate what sensitive information it contains, and move or delete the information. It's important to note that sensitive data discovery is the first step in the data classification process. In order to apply the appropriate controls, the classification cannot merely exist in the database itself. Sufficient data classification requires tagging file metadata to achieve persistence regardless of where that file resides currently, or at any time in the information lifecycle.

5 Questions Everyone Should Answer About Sensitive Data

Who can access the organization’s IP and what can they do with it?

Who can access the organization’s IP and what can they do with it?

Do we have data with sensitive information exposed via open access?

Do we have data with sensitive information exposed via open access?

Are the controls where we store sensitive data strong enough?

Are the controls where we store sensitive data strong enough?

Is there a mechanism to audit who has touched sensitive data?

Is there a mechanism to audit who has touched sensitive data?

Can we be sure IT admins aren't using their rights to access sensitive data?

Can we be sure IT admins aren't using their rights to access sensitive data?

Gabriel Gumbs - VP of Product Strategy

Data security begins with data discovery. Finding, understanding, and protecting information is a monumental task given how difficult it can be to answer questions like where’s my data and who has access to it. Applications and databases can make this task manageable by providing structure to seek out information. Conversely, finding sensitive content within unstructured data repositories is not quite as straightforward."

- Gabriel Gumbs

VP of Product Strategy

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Making Open Access Compliant and Secure

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Data at Rest: The Pragmatic Approach to Data Security

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