Enterprise Recon 2.0.27 (ER2) has been released, bringing several powerful new features to the software alongside improved performance and bug fixes. In recognition of our valued customers and the constant change in the security compliance landscape, we aim to release quarterly updates and improvements.

In this release, the following features include advanced security for the Enterprise Recon 2 web console, advanced match filtering and added and improved support for new and existing data types.


A new feature we are excited to release is two-factor authentication. This will allow our users to add an extra layer of security to the ER2 reporting console. Two-factor-authentication can be enforced for all users or individually enabled for specific user accounts. This feature ensures that only the correct individuals are granted access to the reporting console, so the sensitive data you have discovered is kept secure to an added degree.

Advanced Match Display Filter

In this release, we have included a new advanced match display filter. This feature provides multiple views of where sensitive data was found across your organization after scans are complete. It allows patterns to be detected across several data types on scanned data, for example, names and driving license numbers, names and addresses or names, driving license numbers and addresses can all be matched together.

New Data Types – including GDPR

Nine new data types have been added to further enhance Enterprise Recons current capability to detect matching specified data. The new additions are ideal for meeting standards such as GDPR. These new data types include Gender, religion and date-of-birth. Enterprise Recon can now identify these data types across your entire network and help to contribute towards creating a secure, GDPR compliant environment.

In addition to these data types, support has also been added for four South Korean Banks, Norwegian driver’s license and passport numbers. We now have improved support for the People’s Republic of China national ID, South Korean RRN and South Korean Foreign Numbers have also been implemented.

Ground Labs are global leaders in security compliance and are trusted by hundreds of QSA’s globally to help find and secure sensitive data across their customer’s networks.

For a full list of changes, please see our change log.

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