Verdasys Upgrades Framework

Verdasys introduces the Digital Guardian 5 software framework redefining data loss prevention

November 13, 2007

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WALTHAM, Mass. -- Verdasys Inc., the first company to provide enterprise-wide data security solutions for the Global 2000 and the leader in host based data loss prevention, with over 500,000 agents deployed, announced today the general availability of Digital Guardian 5. Digital Guardian 5 offers a revolutionary and fully integrated framework for comprehensive data loss prevention, governance, compliance, content protection and encryption. Digital Guardian 5 enables customers to economically, intelligently and adaptively address the broadest set of expanding information risk challenges in todays highly collaborative and mobile business environment.

Digital Guardian 5 eliminates the need to deploy the bewildering array of complex point-solutions and immature agents that lack the integrated capabilities needed to meet the many diverse business use cases required for data security, compliance and governance. By providing a comprehensive data security foundation that protects the data integrity of business processes for today’s leading corporations, Digital Guardian assures that data, applications and usage of information are governed, controlled, audited and when necessary, automatically encrypted across infrastructure and business process boundaries.

“We want to minimize desktop agents,” said Paul Ratner, Vice President, IT Operations, Humana, Inc. “We want a single agent for DLP discovery, monitoring and control, encryption, content protection and policy enforcement everywhere our data is used or accessed, and Digital Guardian 5 uniquely fits our requirements.”

Verdasys Inc.

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