The cybersecurity titans have joined forces to create a data protection super force.
What’s the lowdown on Stealthbits and Netwrix?
Previously considered competitors, Stealthbits and Netrix have merged to become a data-protecting giant. By combining their expertise, capabilities, and product offerings, the platforms will provide a holistic and multi-layered solution to customer data security challenges. Together, operating as Netwrix, they will offer a seven-layer solution to identifying and detecting data risk.
They will be able to provide solutions for companies and organisations of all sizes, in any region around the world.
Stealthbits not only protects an organisation’s sensitive data, but the credentials used to access that data. It removes inappropriate data access, enforces security policies, and detects advanced threats.
Stealthbits covers three main areas:
- Data Access and Governance
Stealthbits reduces data access and permissions to appropriate levels, giving you the peace of mind that sensitive and confidential data can only be accessed by authorised personnel.
- Active Directory Security
Manage and secure Active Directory – the mechanism that provides access to all your data. The security of your data relies on the security of Active Directory, which relies on the security of the desktop and server infrastructure. To avoid a breach, it must be properly secured.
- Privileged Access Management
Stealthbits allows you to control privileged activities and delegate administrative access. This means that only your most senior and trusted members of staff can access your critical data.
Netwrix is a visibility and governance platform. Offering 360-degree visibility into user behaviour, Netwrix simplifies how professionals can control sensitive, regulated, and business-critical data, regardless of where it resides.
Users can gain control over changes made, configurations, data access, and hybrid cloud IT environments. The platform provides detailed security analytics so you can identify unusual behaviour and investigate potential threats before a data breach occurs.
What does the merger mean for the future?
The company will offer seven core products spanning all elements of data and information security. Customers can expect a comprehensive range of data protection services that address all their requirements, all under one provider. The merge will allow the company to expand globally and grow its portfolio of solutions.
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