Imperva, a data security solutions provider for high-value business data, has extended its file security solution, SecureSphere File Activity Monitoring, via integrations and marketing partnerships with leading data loss prevention (DLP) RSA, Websense, McAfee and Code Green Networks. The combination of File Activity Monitoring and DLP helps enterprises better protect sensitive data and aids the analysis of data ownership, access rights and usage of sensitive data. The capability is available as a part of SecureSphere 8.5.
“File security continues to be a soft spot for many organisations,” said Amichai Shulman, chief technology officer (CTO), Imperva. “The integration of SecureSphere File Activity Monitoring with data loss prevention enhances data security programmes with stronger controls to monitor and prevent abuse.”
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