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Palisade Systems Launches SaaS Data Loss Prevention Solution Via Managed Service Providers

PacketSure SaaS DLP includes content analysis, endpoint protection, email, and Web filtering

DES MOINES, Iowa,Aug. 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Palisade Systems, the leader in Data Loss Prevention (DLP) solutions for mid-size businesses, announced today PacketSure SaaS DLP,a comprehensive, low-cost Software as a Service (SaaS) solution.PacketSure SaaS DLP offers complete DLP functionality to end-users of all sizes and industries and is available exclusively through Managed Service Providers (MSPs). PacketSure SaaS DLP is the first product offering of the Palisade MSP Partner Program, which was also announced today.

All healthcare and financial services firms are held to the same regulatory compliance issues, regardless of size or available resources. To make full DLP more accessible to a broader market, Palisade has delivered PacketSure SaaS DLP, providing virtual images of their full PacketSure DLP solution available for MSPs to turn on in their data centers for client use.

"We have numerous customers who handle sensitive data, yet don't have the budget or resources to implement and manage DLP solutions," explained Brian Winchester, CEO of Reach Networks, a leading MSP. "We knew of PacketSure DLP from another client and understood how easy it was to deploy, customize and maintain, so when we were able to provide it as a SaaS solution, we jumped at the opportunity to offer it to our clients."

With PacketSure SaaS DLP, MSPs can offer complete DLP functionality to users of all sizes and industries who want to protect sensitive data and avoid potential data breaches, and meet personally identifiable information (PII), personal health information (PHI), and personal financial information (PFI) requirements of HIPAA/HITECH, SOX, GLBA, PCI DSS and other data regulations.

"Smaller companies need to protect sensitive client and patient data, yet many lack the resources to do so," explained Spencer Snedecor, CEO of Palisade Systems. "With PacketSure SaaS DLP, these businesses can cost-effectively avoid data breaches and costly fines and confidently protect their data."

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About Palisade Systems

Palisade Systems, Inc. is an industry leader in the Data Loss Prevention (DLP) market. Focused on delivering solutions for mid-size and small businesses, Palisade's patented DLP product, PacketSure, helps healthcare and financial organizations proactively secure sensitive and proprietary intellectual property from leaving data networks, defines and enforces access to internal network resources, and enforces compliance with federal privacy and industry security regulations such as HIPAA/HITECH, PCI DSS, SOX and GLBA. Visit http://palisadesystems.com or call 1.888.824.0720.

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