Integralis launches Data Assessment ServicesConsulting, management service provides snapshot of data security
IT security firm Integralis is offering a new service designed to root out possible data security leaks in enterprise systems.
The company said that its Data Assessment Service would give enterprises the ability to see a complete overview of data loss prevention protections currently in place and offer suggestions for future security upgrades.
The service typically runs over a period of five to 10 days and uses data monitoring tools to oversee network traffic. The tools then compare the collected activity and compare it with internal security policy goals as well as industry and regulatory standards.
In doing so, the service aims to provide companies with a complete overview of data security and compliance as well as show areas where processes can become more efficient.
"We identify critical and sensitive data quickly and effectively, manage the delivery and storage of that information and assess its vulnerability," said Integralis solutions director Alastair Broom.
"Our services help organisations not only to monitor, identify and report on data lost, but also to improve on their DLP strategy and policy settings to prevent future instances of losing sensitive data."
The company hopes that the service will appeal to enterprises looking to step up internal data protections in the midst of a wave of recent high-profile data leaks and increased fines.