Content Inspection Appliance provides anti-data-leakage protection to SMB
Code Green Networks announced the release of its Content Inspection Appliance 1500 (CI-1500) for small and mid-sized organizations in business and government. The affordable, appliance-based solution enables IT and security managers to easily monitor content flows, discover data leaks, and implement automated policies to prevent them.
Founded by Sreekanth Ravi and Sudhakar Ravi, the founders of SonicWALL, Code Green Networks is introducing the first anti-data-leakage solution designed specifically for small and mid-sized organizations. Using patent- pending technology and residing at a company’s Internet gateway, the Content Inspection Appliance 1500 monitors content flows on the corporate network and automatically enforces content protection policies. If it detects the unauthorized transmission of sensitive information, it invokes a management- defined policy to log, alert, block, or re-route the transmission.
The system supports the inspection of content flows and enforces policies in all of the most widely used TCP protocols including SMTP, FTP, HTTP and Web mail. It supports protection of structured data and unstructured content in over 390 different file formats including Microsoft Office documents, CAD drawings, image files, rich media and industry-specific application formats.
The CI-1500 includes integrated support for the Voltage SecureMail Gateway to provide organizations with a comprehensive “protect and secure” solution. Using an on-board Mail Transfer Agent (MTA), this policy-based solution protects information from unauthorized transmission and secures authorized information by automatically encrypting messages prior to transmission, using award-winning identity-based encryption (IBE). It automates compliance with privacy regulations, prevents information leaks and produces a robust audit trail without requiring user training or intervention.