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Content protection

Code Green Networks has introduced a content protection solution designed to mitigate the risk of unauthorized disclosure of sensitive information.

The Code Green Networks Content Inspection (CI) Appliance was developed to protect all content from all sources, including content management systems, and across all potential leakage points by employing what the company calls Deep Content Fingerprinting and an integrated enterprise architecture approach. The new appliance protects sensitive information in more than 370 file formats and in all languages, including English, Japanese, Chinese, Korean, German, Russian and Arabic.

Code Green Networks claims its offering goes far beyond first-generation products, which, the company says, focus only on securing "structured" customer data and operate only in English. The company further states that it delivers enterprise-class content protection prepackaged in an appliance that can be deployed in an hour and adds no burden to an organization's existing IT infrastructure. The CI appliance is effective for both structured and unstructured content, such as internal memos, customer lists, contracts, CAD drawings, financial documents, source code, product plans and other confidential information.

The appliance sits at the network egress point, monitors and analyzes all content flows and detects transmissions of sensitive information over any TCP-based protocol; including e-mail, Web traffic, instant messaging, FTP or peer-to-peer file sharing. A role-based Web interface enables users to define protection policies and analyze incidences.

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