We performed a comparison between GTB Technologies Inspector and Symantec Data Loss Prevention based on real PeerSpot user reviews.
Find out in this report how the two Data Loss Prevention (DLP) solutions compare in terms of features, pricing, service and support, easy of deployment, and ROI.
"The most valuable feature is we can develop what we want. If we have an old or new requirement, they are able to support us to develop it all within one month."
"They have a fingerprint feature that is very awesome. OCR is very awesome to have too."
"The main thing that I like about GTB is that it has a single agent for DLP and data classification. You can use the same agent. In terms of licensing too, it has a single license. When it comes to data classification, it supports open-source document platforms such as ChainSoft and OpenOffice."
"What I like about Symantec Data Loss Prevention is the technical support it provides. It's good."
"The most valuable feature of Symantec Data Loss Prevention is the ease of modification."
"Technical support is very professional and responsive."
"An excellent solution for data classification."
"Good end point encryption and data loss prevention."
"I have found the most valuable feature to be partial enlisting."
"Symantec Data Loss Prevention is the number one product in its field. It does its job well and it has all the necessary features. It is definitely better than any other solution on the market."
"DLP's most valuable feature is that it's more granular in terms of creating block-based policies, which gives you more options to create policies in a filtered way."
"They have a roadmap for the Linux platform and Mac as well, and in the next quarter, they might have patch management also for Windows. However, they don't have that much for Linux and Mac. So, we need those things in Linux and Mac as well."
"The solution could improve by providing additional availability requirements."
"It would be great if they have information rights management (IRM) on the same agent."
"There should be more documentation with Symantec Data Loss Prevention. We had trouble with the first few deployments."
"Different departments should manage administration, reporting, normalization and incident management."
"Technical support is pathetic."
"Symantec could improve by being more creative and simplifying the functions. Additionally, the data protection should be bundled with data classification and labeling instead of them being separate."
"The one downside for Symantec is that, due to its transition from Symantec to Broadcom, there's been a lot of changes. I am based in the Philippines and we don't have a contact person locally for any Symantec."
"DLP could be improved by implementing a cloud-based console."
"They need to expand the channels they check."
"Sometimes setting up the solution can get a little tricky because it would depend on your internal infrastructure. For example, you have to connect the Symantec Data Loss Prevention platform and you need to integrate it, so that could make the process somewhat difficult."
Keeping sensitive corporate information safe and compliant has never been easy. But today, you’re faced with a totally new set of data protection challenges. Sensitive information is leaving the safety of your corporate network as more employees share files over consumer cloud storage services and access those files on their own mobile devices. The number of targeted cyber attacks continues to grow, as cybercriminals develop effective new methods for defeating traditional security measures and stealing corporate information. And as all of these factors converge, it becomes increasingly difficult to manage corporate information and protect it against loss and theft.
Symantec Data Loss Prevention (DLP) provides a comprehensive approach to information protection that embraces today’s cloud- and mobile-centered realities. With DLP, you can:
• Discover where data is stored across all of your cloud, mobile, network, endpoint, and storage systems
• Monitor how data is being used, whether your employees are on or off the network
• Protect data from being leaked or stolen—no matter where it’s stored or how it’s used
GTB Technologies Inspector is ranked 11th in Data Loss Prevention (DLP) with 3 reviews while Symantec Data Loss Prevention is ranked 2nd in Data Loss Prevention (DLP) with 19 reviews. GTB Technologies Inspector is rated 8.6, while Symantec Data Loss Prevention is rated 7.8. The top reviewer of GTB Technologies Inspector writes "Adaptable to industry trends, customizable, and scales easily". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Symantec Data Loss Prevention writes "Great Data Loss Prevention technology with impressive granularity and good stability". GTB Technologies Inspector is most compared with Forcepoint Data Loss Prevention, Endpoint Protector, Digital Guardian, Microsoft Purview Data Loss Prevention and Trend Micro Integrated Data Loss Prevention, whereas Symantec Data Loss Prevention is most compared with Endpoint Protector, Microsoft Purview Data Loss Prevention, Forcepoint Data Loss Prevention, Trend Micro Integrated Data Loss Prevention and Zscaler Cloud DLP. See our GTB Technologies Inspector vs. Symantec Data Loss Prevention report.
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