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This week at the annual TechEd conference Websense will be showcasing how our Websense DLP technology integrates with the new Dynamic Access Control (DAC) capabilities of Microsoft Windows® 2012.
Built on the foundation of Websense data classification expertise, this collaboration allows organizations to accurately monitor, identify, categorize, and ensure protection and proper use of sensitive information—as it is being authored. This is true, dynamic categorization in action. Here is a video that shows how it works...
In a recent Channel Insider piece, editor, Larry Walsh gets to the crux of this significant addition of Microsoft FCI with Websense Data Security Suite. Larry hits the nail on the head with what this technology means for those presently, and provides forward-looking thoughts on how Websense bold vision for the future will aid organizations in the days to come.
From the article: Integrating more deeply with Windows Server allows Websense to leverage the embedded file classification system for easier identification of sensitive data and simpler deployment and management of DLP capabilities. Websense also will leverage Microsoft’s rights management features for more granular enforcement of data protection policies.
Beyond access to Microsoft’s vast partner network and monumental install base, Websense is pinning its hopes to the Microsoft cloud vision. As Microsoft pushes more applications and capabilities into the cloud, Websense sees an opportunity to stand shoulder to shoulder with Microsoft as a cloud-based security option.
Ray Kruck, Websense’s senior director of business development, said in a conversation with me that “we need to make our solutions accessible to those in the cloud and think about how to deliver our products for customers in the cloud.”
It’s a bold vision, considering no security vendor is currently delivering DLP in the cloud.
You can read about the Websense/Microsoft team-up to protect data here and try out Websense revolutionary DLP for Download here, which can get your organizaton up and running and your data protected in minutes rather than hours.
The full text of Larry's article appears here.
Websense continues to provide game-changing updates to our DLP technology, making it even more robust and easier for organizations to deploy and take advantage of this critical technology.
You may have read about our new DLP for Download program, the Websense® industry leadingData Security Suite that can be downloaded , installed and deployed in a matter of minutes from Websense.com.For the first time ever, Websense DLP for Download makes data loss prevention available without a massive investment in time, resources and cost.
This week we also announced Websense partnership with Microsoft to integrate Websense Data Loss Prevention with Microsoft File Classification Infrastructure (FCI) technology. The integrated technology enables automatic identification, classification, and remediation of sensitive data with centrally managed security policies. Working in tandem, DLP iand FCI tells adminstators where data is, where it is going and can apply digital rights management toS protect the actual content, even after it has left an organization, based on permissions of who is allowed access to the content. The tight integration enables customers to rapidly deploy a more effective data protection solution while meeting the growing regulatory and security requirements for advanced data classification and application of security controls.
But of course, you don't have to take our word for it. Click on any of the feature stories below to better understand what these critical initiatives mean for the broader security industry:
The New York Times reports that hackers are attacking consumers with an exploit of Internet Explorer (IE) that was allegedly used last month by the Chinese to break into Google's corporate network.
In a Monday alert, Websense said it identified "limited public use" of the unpatched IE vulnerability in drive-by attacks against users who strayed onto malicious Web sites. Websense researchers were working with Microsoft's to identify sites serving up the exploit.
Read the full article in the New York Times by clicking here.
Learn more about the exploit and how Websense protects its customers in this blog post.
Once again, Microsoft users are being targeted and attacked by hackers, as Information Week covers warnings from Websense Security Labs regarding search engine optomization poisoning targeting Microsoft Office users.
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