Identifying sensitive data in a time
of unprecedented data growth.
“We now have an asset that allows us to validate to the business the importance of an effective search tool to find sensitive data across the network.” – Top UK Retailer
We help you find and protect your sensitive data
Companies of all sizes are constantly facing the threat of hackers looking to steal their sensitive data and sell it to the highest bidder on the dark web.
For this reason, the discovery and securing of personal data have never been more important. If you’re looking to avoid being the next data breach headline, you’ve come to the right place.
Data privacy doesn't discriminate and neither do we.
QSA, SME, Medium Enterprise or Global Corporate?
We have you covered.
5 - 100,000+ Systems
Enabling organisations to understand exactly where sensitive data is being stored and to remediate it.
Enterprise Recon is a discovery tool that will Identify, Monitor and Remediate sensitive personal data that is stored on-premise such as on servers, databases, workstations or up in the cloud.
- 200+ Data Types from 50 countries
- Discover, monitor and remediate personal data
- Identify unsecured data you didn't know existed
- Custom data type scanning
- Unique remediation functions
- Virtual Appliance - pre-configured and locked down
1 - 5 Systems
Keeping small businesses and QSAs data aware.
Ground Labs’ Card Recon is the global industry standard PCI scanning tool for Small Businesses and QSAs. Search exclusively for PCI data on a single machine and generate a compliance report. The discovery of sensitive information is essential to achieving PCI compliance.
- The ongoing audit ensures compliance
- Trusted by QSAs globally
Ground Labs has been cited as Representative Vendor in Gartner's Market Guide for File Analysis Software.
27 March 2018
According to the report, organizations are struggling with uncontrolled data growth. Risk-aware and cost-conscious organizations realize they need a better understanding of their data in order to:
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