DriveTap Forensics silently collects information about file access and can issue immediate alerts of a possible data theft.
Plymouth, IN (PRWEB) December 23, 2013
The NSA does not even know what data Eric Snowden accessed and collected from their computer network. He brought to light a very real threat to a business operation, that of data theft. Data theft occurs when sensitive, protected or confidential data is copied, transmitted, viewed, stolen, or used by an unauthorized individual. Fortres Grand Corporation, a leader in desktop security, has created the proactive solution with the development of DriveTap Forensics. When installed on a server, DriveTap Forensics silently collects information about file access and can issue immediate alerts of a possible data theft.
Easy to use DriveTap Forensics provides a clear view of file access patterns on servers and PCs. It monitors and records all file access and attempts, minute to minute, whether connected to the intranet, on the Internet, or when disconnected. The information is then collected for easy to read file audit reports detailing every application and file access during any period of time, as well as, by whom, when and where. An immediate text message or email can be sent to alert of any activity on administrator selected files, folders or documents. When DriveTap Forensics is running the threat is exposed and the network is protected, along with the integrity of the company.
DriveTap Forensics was originally designed to run on enterprise servers, but it is equally useful at home and on client workstations.
For more information, or to try a free 30 day demo, visit http://www.FortresGrand.com.
About Fortres Grand Corporation
Fortres Grand specializes in developing award-winning security, access control, and reporting software. Successfully protecting computers among educational, library, and enterprise customers, Fortres Grand is a leader in desktop security software. Founded in 1994, the company’s technologies are used in every state and in more than forty countries.