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NextLabs(R) Unveils Industry&aposs First Solution Based on Unique Identity-Driven Approach to Address Data Loss Due to Misdirected Email

SAN MATEO, Calif., Aug. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- NextLabs(R), Inc. (http://www.nextlabs.com), the leading provider of policy-driven information risk management software for Global 5000 enterprises today announced the availability of Enterprise DLP 3.5, the latest release of its host-based data loss prevention system that proactively applies identity-driven policy to prevent external data leaks, conflict of interest, insider risk, and unauthorized data sharing between employees, trusted partners and customers to achieve continuous compliance. New capabilities in Enterprise DLP 3.5 include:

SAN MATEO, Calif., Aug. 18 /PRNewswire/ — NextLabs(R), Inc. (http://www.nextlabs.com), the leading provider of policy-driven information risk management software for Global 5000 enterprises today announced the availability of Enterprise DLP 3.5, the latest release of its host-based data loss prevention system that proactively applies identity-driven policy to prevent external data leaks, conflict of interest, insider risk, and unauthorized data sharing between employees, trusted partners and customers to achieve continuous compliance. New capabilities in Enterprise DLP 3.5 include:

Proactive Prevention of Data Loss caused by Misdirected Email.

Misdirected email occurs when customer data or intellectual property is sent to an individual who is not associated with the customer organization or project. Enterprise DLP 3.5 applies Identity-Driven policy to detect cases of misdirected email, interactively warn the sender who is able to proactively self-remediate before the email is sent. Traditional DLP solutions lack the understanding of employees and client relationships to prevent these cases and rely on email quarantine, which delay message delivery and require manual administrative intervention.

A Unified, Comprehensive Endpoint DLP Solution.

Enterprise DLP 3.5 extends the NextLabs endpoint DLP solution with the addition of the Removable Device Enforcer for Windows, which provides granular control over the type, brand, and model of removable devices that can be used at an endpoint. The granular control enforces who can copy a certain type of files to the removable device. With this addition, customers can now deploy a single endpoint DLP solution that provides comprehensive coverage (file system, clipboard, email, instant message, web conferencing, application control, removable devices, network, web, FTP, P2P, and remote access) for Windows or Linux endpoints.

Enhanced Prevention of Data Loss from Document Hidden Data.

As documents are distributed through electronic means, invisible confidential information is inadvertently exported, allowing valuable insider information, such as document revision history, comments or integral tags to expose protected processes and ideas outside the organization. With the Hidden Data Removal Policy Assistant, the task of cleaning up such information is automated as documents are sent using email or IM.

Role Based Dashboards and Enhanced Reporting.

Graphically rich reporting application summarizes information risk and enables analysts to generate charts and reports showing end user activity, sensitive information usage and trend analysis.

"This latest release is the result of close collaboration with customers who have experienced first-hand the pain of losing confidential client data or intellectual property through email." stated Andy Han, NextLabs' VP & GM of Products. "With Enterprise DLP 3.5 and its identity driven approach to DLP, we provide the only solution that can understand business relationships to proactively address data loss using a single, comprehensive endpoint solution."

Enterprise DLP 3.5 is available immediately. For more information, please call 800-898-3065 or visit NextLabs on the Web at http://www.nextlabs.com.

ABOUT NEXTLABS

NextLabs(R), Inc. is the leading provider of policy-driven information risk management software for Global 5000 enterprises. Our software offers a cohesive solution for improving compliance and mitigating information risk by preventing internal and external data loss, eliminating conflict-of-interest activity, and ensuring proper access to applications and data.

Our flagship products, Enterprise DLP(TM) and Compliant Enterprise(R), combine identity-driven policy with fine-grained access control and data loss prevention technology to protect data and enforce entitlements. Enterprise DLP is a host-based data loss prevention system that proactively applies identity- driven policy to prevent external data leaks, conflict of interest, insider risk, and unauthorized data sharing between employees, partners and customers to achieve continuous compliance. Compliant Enterprise is an extensible, XACML-based entitlement management system that allows enterprises to develop, administer, enforce, and audit fine-grained authorizations across the enterprise. Compliant Enterprise is the only solution that provides enterprise-class manageability, productivity, and scalability with comprehensive, out-of-the-box coverage for applications and data on servers, endpoints, and mobile devices. By reducing the risk of data loss and unauthorized access to applications and data, NextLabs helps organizations ensure public confidence, demonstrate compliance, and maintain competitive advantage.

NextLabs' partnerships with industry leaders such as IBM, SAP, Microsoft, Adobe, and PTC bring to market industry-focused solutions that combine industry best practices with turnkey applications, to meet customers' governance, risk, and compliance requirements. NextLabs maintains a growing portfolio of twenty-five pending patents covering four core areas: fine-grained and contextual access control, user and workflow remediation, real-time policy enforcement, and the implementation and deployment of extensible and universal policies.

For more information on NextLabs, please visit http://www.nextlabs.com.

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