CipherPoint releases new software products to find and secure information

By: Steve Friday May 17, 2013 0 comments Tags: CipherPoint, CipherPointCS, CipherpointSP, Denver, Logicalis, Mike Fleck, Patrick Simmons, SharePoint 2013

CipherPoint logoDENVER - CipherPoint is releasing Version 1.9 of its CipherPointSP software, extending the company's transparent encryption, access control and activity-logging technology to support SharePoint 2013 and Windows file servers.

The company also announced the release of its CipherPointCS content scanner.

CipherPoint said the new software capabilities greatly expand the coverage it provides for protecting unstructured data. CipherPoint can now find, encrypt, control access and audit activity to data in SharePoint 2007, 2010 and 2013 sites and in file servers.

"Broadening support for securing and encrypting sensitive data to include file servers and SharePoint 2013 makes a lot of sense for Logicalis and our customers," said Patrick Simmons, Logicalis' consulting director.

"Having a best-of-breed transparent encryption capability for these new platforms, plus having a content scanning product, will help us to find and secure sensitive and regulated data in customer environments."

"CipherPoint's customers have asked us to extend our platform coverage to include SharePoint 2013 and file servers," said Mike Fleck, CipherPoint CEO.

"In addition, we've improved our content scanner technology to include the feedback we received during the public Beta program. The combination of releases expands the ability of our customers to quickly and easily identify sensitive and regulated content in file-sharing and collaboration environments like SharePoint and file servers."

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