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dataguise Announces Free Trial Of dgdiscover For Oracle

dgdiscover for Oracle will find database repositories and identify any data at risk within that database

Fremont, CA, May 13, 2010 – dataguise™ (http://www.dataguise.com), a leading innovator of security solutions for protecting sensitive data across the enterprise, today announced the expansion of its dgdiscover™ database security solution to Oracle' database environments. dataguise’s industry-leading dgdiscover solution is designed to find structured database repositories across the network and then identify the data at risk within the database. Recent research reports[1] estimate that nearly 25 percent of enterprise organizations are utilizing Oracle database technology; the 14-day free trial version of dgdiscover for Oracle now allows these organizations to perform a comprehensive audit and quickly determine where sensitive information resides on the enterprise, a critical step in securing data.

“When building a successful security strategy, it is imperative that organizations have a complete, holistic view of their database repositories; without this insight, it is extremely difficult to locate sensitive data and protect the database from potential exploits,” said Allan Thompson, EVP of Operations at dataguise. “With the trial version of dgdiscover now available for Oracle environments, enterprises of all sizes --- from small businesses to large, global corporations ---have access to the best-in-breed discovery and auditing technology currently available on the market and can leverage these tools to fulfill regulatory compliance requirements, reduce the impact of a data breach should it occur, and bolster their overall security posture.”

Once the no charge trial period for dgdiscover has concluded, organizations can easily convert to the full version of dgdiscover for Oracle environments for less than US$10,000.

Availability

The dataguise dgdiscover for Oracle trial version is available to approved organizations at no charge during the designated evaluation period. Request to download the product can be made online at: http://dataguise.com/account. An online conversion to dgdiscover for Oracle Databases starts at less than US$10,000 depending on number of databases scanned.

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About dataguise

dataguise offers automated and advanced database security solutions to help ensure regulatory compliance and protect against data theft. dataguise dgdiscover focuses on sensitive data discovery and classification across the enterprise and the company’s dgmasker product solution provides secure masking of database content with unprecedented flexibility and functionality across heterogeneous environments. For more information, call 510-824-1036 or visit www.dataguise.com

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