Breakthrough Content Fingerprinting Technology is First to Detect Sensitive Information in Unstructured Documents, Language No Barrier
Code Green Networks, a leader in the identification and protection of enterprise content, recently announced the release of its next generation content protection solution to mitigate the risk of unauthorised disclosure of sensitive information. The Code Green Networks Content Inspection (CI) ApplianceT protects all content from all sources, including content management systems, and across all potential leakage points by using Deep Content FingerprintingT. Additionally, the new appliance protects sensitive information in all languages, including English, Japanese, Chinese, Korean, German, Russian and Arabic.
"Fuji Xerox requires a solution that precisely inspects and monitors the flow of sensitive content in multiple document formats and protocols," said Hiro Satoh, senior manager for Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd., Network and Server Solutions. "In addition to its other advanced capabilities, we chose Code Green Networks because the appliance provides multi-lingual support, including extended character sets. This feature has attractive appeal, especially for large, multi-national enterprises."
The Code Green Networks solution sets a new standard for protecting content compared with first generation products that focus on securing "structured" customer data and which operate only in English. Code Green Networks delivers enterprise-class content protection pre-packaged in an appliance that is easily deployed within one hour and adds no burden to an organisation's IT infrastructure. The reliable and scalable solution rapidly detects and prevents leaks of structured and "unstructured" content such as internal memos, customer lists, contracts, CAD drawings, financial documents, source code, product plans, and other confidential information.
The Code Green Networks Advantage
At the heart of the Code Green Networks solution is the CI appliance, an integrated and self-contained system consisting of hardware and software packaged in a rack-mounted form factor. The appliance sits at the network egress point to monitor all content flows. A role-based web interface enables users to easily define protection policies and to reliably and accurately detect movement of sensitive content.
"Customer data is just the tip of the information loss iceberg," said Sreekanth Ravi, co-founder, chairman, president and CEO of Code Green Networks. The greater risk is that proprietary business information and intellectual property - the lifeblood of every organisation - is being leaked outside the corporate or government agency network."
Shipping immediately, the Code Green Networks CI appliance is based on patent-pending Deep Content Fingerprinting technology, which detects and protects confidential content, as well as subsets of the original content that may have been incorporated into other files. For example, even a paragraph that an employee copies from a sensitive memo into an email will be detected. Additionally, Deep Content Fingerprinting can register and protect information in over 370 file formats.
The appliance monitors and analyses content flows and detects transmissions of sensitive information over any TCP-based protocol; including email, Web traffic, Instant Messaging (IM), FTP, or peer-to-peer file sharing.