IBM Security Discover and Classify software discovers and classifies sensitive data across on-premises and cloud environments. It forms part of the IBM Guardium family of data security products.
Robust data protection begins by knowing where your sensitive data resides. IBM Security Discover and Classify (ISDC) discovers known and unknown sensitive data on-premises and in the cloud—whether structured, unstructured, in motion or at rest.
ISDC’s network-based analytics, compliance-ready capabilities, and ease of deployment make it a powerful complement to IBM Security® Guardium® and improves your data security posture management.
Use ISDC to make accurate and context-driven decisions to protect data with actionable dashboards, OCR, and more.
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60 billion security events per day in 130+ countries monitored by IBM for constant vigilance
Enhance your existing security tools with precise sensitive data intelligence to prioritize effective actions.
Find and map previously unknown data—at rest or in motion—in the cloud or on premises.
Use scale-up architecture that supports loads of any size irrespective of data source type or location.
Apply automated controls for sensitive data according to business context and risk factors.
Achieve higher accuracy and minimize false positives and negatives in data classification.
Reduce the time and effort needed to discover and classify data in a complex environment.
IBM Security Discover and Classify provides automated, near-real-time discovery, network mapping and tracking of sensitive data. Combined with robust data monitorization from IBM Security Guardium Data Protection, it can help you boost operational efficiency, significantly reduce risk and lower costs for your organization.
Managed virtual servers (MVS) are used for structured data discovery and Terabyte (TB) is used for unstructured data discovery. Pricing varies based on number of data sources and configuration of your environment.
We count the number of individual database servers to determine the number of MVS, irrespective of the amount of database schema or data sources on this server.
The amount of uncompressed data on a repository, on a cloud or on premises.