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Published: 22 Oct 2012

INFORMATION LEAKAGE Content Inspection Appliance 1500 REVIEWED BY MIKE CHAPPLE Code Green Networks Price: Starts at $25,000 for networks with up to 250 users @exb @exe As organizations increasingly turn security focus from outside attackers to the threat from within, they are beginning to consider information leakage tools. Code Green's Content Inspection Appliance 1500 (CI-1500) is among the still- maturing handful of products designed to detect sensitive information leaving the enterprise. Policy Control A-   Code Green's primary detection engine uses proprietary technology to develop many short "fingerprints" of each piece of submitted content. Code Green also supports the use of regular expression matching rules to protect against users extracting content from databases and other structured data sources. The challenge here is determining and managing rules for what constitutes sensitive data. This may be a straightforward task for companies with clearly defined document-classification policies, but it could pose a considerable challenge for less mature ... Access >>>

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