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December 16, 2010

GridIron unveils new offering to stop ‘WikiLeaks’ type security breaches

Provides status updates on sensitive files, including who has accessed, modified or altered the files

By CBR Staff Writer

GridIron Software, a provider of project operating system for enterprise, has expanded capability of its Flow 2.0 offering to cater to the Enterprise security sector.

The Flow 2.0 enterprise security offering leverages the Flow technology platform and adapts it to government agencies and enterprises looking to plug ‘WikiLeaks’ type of security breaches which occur internally from trusted sources.

The company said that the new security technology focuses on actions taken during the ‘Final Mile’ activity and connectivity at the individual user’s workgroup and desktop level within the Enterprise.

The Flow 2.0 enterprise security offering comes with file genealogy, change tracking and network versioning, which can create workflow maps that show interdependencies amongst all files and return relevant security data to the enterprise.

This feature provides the enterprise with pertinent status updates on sensitive files, including who has accessed, modified or altered the files.

By storing the metadata in the cloud, actions taken at the desktop level become transparent and reported in real-time.

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The security offering can also report on all activities in the Final Mile, such as copying or sharing of sensitive files, through an enhanced dashboard in real-time.

GridIron Software Flow 2.0 offering is currently available for creative enterprise, with Flow 2.0 Enterprise Security offerings for government agencies and Enterprises to be released in Q1 2011.

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