RSA announced enhancements to the RSA Data Loss Prevention Suite, its suite of data security products that are engineered to discover, monitor and protect sensitive data from loss, leakage or misuse whether in a datacenter, on the network, or out at the endpoints.
The latest release of the RSA DLP Suite allows organizations to secure sensitive content in a way that saves time and streamlines processes for data security personnel. Sensitive data at rest can now be moved or quarantined automatically, reducing administrative costs, and end users can apply self-remediation for sensitive emails quarantined due to violations. In addition, the RSA DLP Suite is generates and sends reports automatically to the appropriate personnel.
Organizations will now be able to discover structured content in Oracle and SQL Server databases with native scanning and fingerprinting. The RSA DLP 7.0 Suite is also engineered to broaden protection of intellectual property with automated file fingerprinting functionality across all three modules of the DLP Suite: Datacenter, Network, and Endpoint. Additional enhancements also make the RSA DLP Suite the only data loss prevention offering that supports CATIA, a multi-platform commercial software suite used in the aerospace, automotive, and discrete manufacturing industries.
With 22 new policy templates, RSA also provides one of the most comprehensive DLP policy and classification libraries in the industry. These new policies include support for North American Electric Reliability Corp (NERC) compliance along with additional coverage for policies that help protect personally identifiable data in Australia, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, and New Zealand.
The RSA DLP 7.0 Suite is designed to integrate with the RSA enVision platform, RSA’s SIEM offering which is designed for simplifying compliance, enhancing security operations and risk mitigation, and optimizing IT and network operations through the automated collection, analysis, alerting, auditing, reporting and storage of all logs.