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Media: anti-malware.ru
| 22-Mar-2016
| Russian

Endpoint Protector 4 — новое DLP-решение на российском рынке, разработанное немецкой компанией CoSoSys. В данном обзоре мы рассмотрим функциональность Endpoint Protector и попробуем оценить, сможет ли данное средство составить конкуренцию именитым игрокам рынка DLP-решений в России.

Media: crn.com
| 03-Mar-2016
| English

DLP and MDM provider CoSoSys, Friedrichshafen, Germany, on Monday revealed the launch of Endpoint Protector DLP for Linux in Private Beta. As Linux gains market share, the new solution is designed to prevent data leakage from those environments. Features of the new solution include content

Media: cio.com
| 01-Mar-2016
| English

See the latest security wares on display at RSA in San Francisco.

Media: networkworld.com
| 01-Mar-2016
| English

See the latest security wares on display at RSA in San Francisco.

Media: helpnetsecurity.com
| 01-Mar-2016
| English

At RSA Conference 2016 in San Francisco, CoSoSys released Endpoint Protector DLP for Linux in Private Beta, enabling protection against data leakages for confidential data on organization’s Linux workstations.

Media: funkschau.de
| 29-Feb-2016
| German

Komplexe Security-Lösungen wie Systeme für Data Leak Prevention unterbinden Datenverlust und Datendiebstahl durch Mitarbeiter. Allerdings scheitert die Implementierung einer Lösung häufig an der Befürchtung, das System mit den bestehenden Ressourcen nicht beherrschen zu können.

Media: cio.com
| 29-Feb-2016
| English

Even if Linux is secure by design, the data residing on these machines is not secure and that’s exactly what one company is trying to protect. CoSoSys, a firm that offers data loss prevention (DLP) and mobile device management (MDM) solutions, today announced a private beta release of Endpoint Protector DLP for Linux.

Media: itworldcanada.co
| 29-Feb-2016
| English

Driving into this city from the airport, attendees to the annual RSA Conference may see a billboard from a security vendor which asks two questions very much on their minds: “Will they get in?” it asks of attackers. “Can they be stopped?” Interestingly, the vendor doesn’t answer the questions.

Media: rbb-online.de
| 24-Feb-2016
| German

Weil auch Mitarbeiter sensible Daten runterladen können, dürfen Unternehmen ihren IT-Traffic überwachen. Vorausgesetzt, sie haben die Mitarbeiter darüber ausreichend informiert. Falls nicht, kann es passieren, dass auch ein Datendiebstahl folgenlos bleibt.

Media: techproessentials.com
| 25-Jan-2016
| English

As we move towards Data Protection Day this week and continue to navigate the constantly evolving security landscape where new malicious hacks are made each day, we often overlook the ones closest to home: insider threats.

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