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RSA reveals new software to protect business smartphones

Posted on: November 17, 2011


RSA has launched its new RSA DLP Suite aimed at helping organisations that have equipped workers with smartphones and tablet computers to shield themselves against sensitive data loss.

“RSA DLP gives organisations the visibility they need to make more educated decisions around security and governance whether sensitive data is accessed via consumerised endpoints like smartphones and tablets, stored in large repositories or provisioned through virtual applications and desktops,” explained EMC’s country manager in Ireland Jason Ward.

RSA’s strategic approach to security management leverages the RSA DLP Suite to provide unprecedented visibility into risk across the organisation and to enforce controls to reduce those risks.

Manoj Nair, vice president, Security Management and Compliance Products in RSA, said the new platform that provides exceptional network visibility, security analytics and risk-based security.

The latest release of RSA DLP continues to advance RSA’s security management platform through expanded visibility into the risk from sensitive data and help enable customers to better address security for smartphones and tablets, SharePoint sites and social media all without compromising on productivity of the end user,” Nair said.

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