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April 2008

Varonis DatAdvantage product review

DATA SECURITY Varonis DatAdvantage REVIEWED BY BRAD CAUSEY Varonis Price: $22,000 for up to 250 Active Directory users Dealing with the growing challenge of unstructured data and its governance has been a struggle since the earliest use of file servers. Described as a large set of unorganized files and information, unstructured data presents a large security risk to companies of all sizes. Varonis DatAdvantage addresses this universal problem, giving IT departments the ability analyze, manage, and secure all forms of unstructured data. Configuration/Management B   Setup was fast, and straightforward. All of the components can run from a single server, and for most environments, that will suffice. The analytics server requires IIS and MSSQL 2000.The system can be deployed either in a Virtual Machine or as physical hardware--either way, the system requires dual 2GHz or better processors, and 2GB of memory. DatAdvantage sends probes to enumerate data that will be returned to the analytics engine. The probes are basically software ...

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