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Title Somansa Announces SaaS Endpoint DLP to Help Organizations Protect Sensitive Data and Meet PCI and HIPAA Compliance Requirements


Somansa, a global leader in data loss prevention, DLP security solutions, today announced the launch of its new SaaS Endpoint Data Loss Prevention solution. The Somansa SaaS Endpoint DLP will offer the same features as the appliance and software package offerings to protect sensitive data at rest and help organizations meet regulatory compliance requirements.

The Somansa SaaS Endpoint DLP is a cloud-based security solution to Monitor, Discover and Prevent the loss of sensitive data and personal information that is stored in company desktops and laptops. It prevents the copying and transferring of information to USB drives, CD/DVD, printers, Wi-Fi/Bluetooth, and applications based on content-aware detection methods and policies. The Somansa SaaS Endpoint DLP also includes a Discover feature to scan and locate sensitive data residing on desktops/laptops. The Somansa web based central management console allows administrators to set policy rules based on industries and compliance requirements, view incidents, and real-time reports.

“Organizations have different security and regulatory compliance requirements as well as levels of resources to support DLP solutions,” says Richard Kim CEO at Somansa. “The Somansa SaaS Endpoint DLP offers organizations an easy to use and affordable alternative to deploy and use endpoint DLP to protect their sensitive data.”

No need to buy hardware.
No need to install and configure software, OS, Database, Product.
Everything is in the cloud, making set up quick and easy.
(A URL or Agent file is provided to install the agent on each user’s system)
The pay as you go SaaS model allows you flexibility and scalability to easily change services and usage plans.
The cloud-based management console allows you to manage your endpoint DLP security from anywhere, anytime and create customizable policy rules, receive real-time alerts, and schedule reports.