Global Center for Data Protection
About Us
GCDP was founded in 2014 with a single goal in mind: to keep your data secure.

We are living in a crazy world! And you won't have to trust us on that. According to the Friedrich-Alexander University, almost 80% of people claim to be aware of the risks that arise from clicking unknown links in emails, and yet they click those links anyway!

Under these circumstances, it has become much harder to keep the company data secure. A staggering number of malware, ransomware applications, phishing attacks, and even attacks from insiders make it very difficult for system administrators, who already have enough on their plate, to keep up with all these threats.

This is where we come in. We are the Global Center for Data Protection, and we have got all the needed know-how and tools to safeguard your data.

Our specialties include custom disk/data encryption technologies, which will make it impossible for anyone to decrypt the information without having access to a unique key. We can also set up data backup and restore systems that are based on either open source projects, or commercial applications.

If you work in the healthcare industry, you will be pleased to discover that GCDP offers powerful, time-tested solutions for this sector as well. We keep cyber criminals at bay, preventing them from accessing, and then using or selling sensitive patient information. Our solutions comply with HIPAA, HITECH, GDPR, and more.

Finally, our Wi-Fi security services help keep your company's wireless network safe. We use complex, industry-acclaimed intrusion detection systems which guarantee that hackers are kept at bay.
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Data Security Facts and Stats
According to a survey conducted by TrackVia, 70% of millennials have brought outside applications into the enterprise, violating their companies' IT policies.

According to Webroot, 59% of millenials share their personal travel plans on social media sites such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

According to TechBeacon, enterprises receive approximately 17,000 malware alerts each week. Most of them are false, though.

According to a PandaLabs report, 200,000 new malware applications are created and released each day.
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