Code Green Provides DLP BasicsBy Cameron Sturdevant | Posted 2008-03-17 Email Print
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eWEEK Labs' tests show that the CI-750 is an affordable solution for SMBs and workgroups, but it's lacking in management granularity and its Web interface is sluggish.
Code Green’s DLP appliance now uses algorithms to automatically identify various kinds of documents, including resumes and contracts; integrates with Microsoft Active Directory; and adds new policies to monitor for health care data.
For smaller organizations and branch offices that need to ease into a DLP tool without dropping a ton of cash, the CI-750 (and its big brother, the CI-1500) is worth considering. You won’t get the bells, whistles, capacity or finesse that enterprise providers offer (including Symantec, which acquired Vontu in December 2007, or RSA, which acquired Tablus in August 2007), but the CI-750 did a good job in eWEEK Labs’ tests of identifying sensitive information in Web e-mail, file transfers and file shares.Read the full story on eWEEK.com.