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January 31, 2010

Code Green Networks ships new version of TrueDLP

With distributed architecture and new server discovery capabilities

By CBR Staff Writer

Code Green Networks, a provider of data loss prevention (DLP) services, said that it is shipping its NxG TrueDLP offering with a fully distributed architecture and new server discovery capabilities.

The company claims that the TrueDLP 7.0 identifies the risks of data leakage and takes the complexity out of enterprise DLP. Its new server discovery capabilities gives administrators the ability to locate and identify sensitive data residing on servers within data centres and throughout the network. Its distributed architecture allows multiple discovery scans to be shared across several content inspection appliances, and enables multi-TB data stores to be scanned.

According to Code Green Networks, the new offering uses the same content inspection engine and policies across all its DLP functions, detecting sensitive content whether in motion on the network, in use on the endpoint, or at rest on endpoints or on servers.

In addition, the new reporting and administrative controls have also been added. All capabilities are included in a single appliance, and appliances can be combined to add users or sites. In addition, the TrueDLP Content Inspection (CI) appliances are combined with its endpoint CI Agents.

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Joe Peck, vice president of marketing at Code Green Networks, said: “TrueDLP 7.0 is the only enterprise data loss prevention solution provider with complete DLP functionality – network, endpoint and discovery – within each Content Inspection appliance. Other solutions require as many as seven dedicated servers to provide equivalent functionality.”

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