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Tizor Announces Mantra V5

Tizor Systems announces Mantra V5 with enhanced capabilities for detecting data theft at the source

MAYNARD, Mass. -- Tizor Systems, the leading provider of enterprise data auditing and protection solutions for the data center, today announces Mantra V5 with enhanced capabilities for detecting data theft at the source. Mantra V5 is the first data auditing and protection solution with content scanning capabilities – allowing enterprises to discover, monitor and report on the activity of specific types of data, such as credit card numbers and Social Security Numbers (SSN), in databases, file servers and mainframe environments. The ability to monitor this type of data in real time is critical for enterprises with a mandate to ensure the privacy and security of sensitive data for governance initiatives and compliance with regulations, such as the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard (DSS), CA 1386/SB1950, Sarbanes-Oxley and HIPAA.

Mantra is a new class of network-based data auditing and protection solutions that provides enterprises with a unified approach to auditing databases, file systems and mainframe environments. Mantra, a high-performance solution that scales to accommodate the largest enterprise data center, utilizes patent-pending intelligent analytics to solve a broad range of data theft and data breach problems. With Mantra V5, Tizor has expanded the Mantra platform by integrating content scanning capabilities and adding several enterprise-focused features, such as database change control and expanded role support.

Tizor Systems

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