GTB Technologies Announces New Version of GTB Inspector

Dec 15, 2006

GTB Technologies has unveiled Version 11.0 of its flagship product GTB Inspector, an information leak prevention solution that delivers SSL decryption while blocking peer-to-peer application traffic and detecting multi-field structured data. The new Version 11.0 incorporates new features and improvements, including peer-to-peer traffic blocking, designed to eliminate exposure through rogue peer-to-peer applications; integration with the enterprise directory for policies creation; and the addition of another detection engine and extension of the existing one, providing more options to the customer's CSO staff.

Other GTB Inspector features include: protection of both structured and unstructured data designed to enable resilience to data manipulation, including copy-n-paste, excerpting, format conversion, re-typing, and reformatting; no duplication or storage of protected data on the GTB Inspector; patent pending data scanning algorithms, designed to ensure virtually zero false positives rate coverage of all network protocols--not only email, web or instant messengers; and protection of text or binary data stored in databases, spreadsheets, or plain files of any format.

In addition, GTB offers a Data at Rest Manager that allows companies to discover exposed confidential data on the servers, desktops, laptops, and removable media. GTB Inspector can be deployed in clusters with support for load balancing, redundancy, failover, and automatic data replication. Future increases in traffic can be accommodated by installing additional devices without interruption. The product is available for worldwide deployment with prices starting at $30,000, plus a per user charge.