Zecurion Among The Top 7 Leading Dlp Vendors For 2018

Zecurion Inc. is proud to have bagged a position among the top seven DLP vendors of the world in the analytical report “IDC (International Data Corporation) MarketScape: Worldwide Data Loss Protection 2018 Vendor Assessment”.

Date Published : May 19, 2018

IDC has a very strict eligibility requirement criterion for the selection. Participants are required to have robust technologies for detecting confidential information, monitoring and blocking transmission in real time. Their revenues should have touched at least $10 million, with extensive experience in implementing these DLP solutions in a wide array of projects all over the world.

The IDC analysts then draw a comparison among these vendors based on two indicators. The first indicator is the technological breadth of DLP solutions offered by respective vendors. The second indicator is their futuristic strategic development plans to keep up with customer needs in the next three to five years.

In their report, IDC analysts have highlighted Zecurion Device Control solution that monitors and prevents information leakage through USB ports and other local connectors. The report also identifies the competitive advantages that Zecurion Storage Security offers, which allows users to encrypt data that is stored on file servers, cloud, and written in back up media. In addition, the analysts also noted Zecurion’s comprehensive approach to enterprise-wide information security, document quality, effective support collaboration, and the ability to scale easily in today’s world of rapid growth and diverse IT infrastructure requirements.

IDC (International Data Corporation) is one of the leading independent information providers in IT and telecommunications market. Regular research and analytical reports from IDC help IT managers and business owners to keep abreast with the current state of the market and make the most effective decisions based on objective information. The authors of the report note that the solutions within the Data Loss Protection class occupy an increasing portion of the information security market year-after-year. This is due to the growing need to protect proprietary information from competitors and tougher legislation that regulates the usage of personal and financial data of users.

For more information on the report, visit https://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=US43606718.