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Exobox Releases SaaS Data Leak Detection, Protection Software

ExoDetect is designed to identify and recover information, intellectual property

HOUSTON, June 30 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Exobox Technologies Corp. (OTC Bulletin Board: EXBX), an information risk management and security solutions provider, today announced that the company's highly anticipated SaaS (Software-As-A-Service) data leak detection software product, ExoDetect, is now commercially available.

While many organizations invest heavily to protect their enterprise, significant data leakage still occurs, at an estimated cost of $1 million per incident. ExoDetect is designed to identify and recover valuable information and intellectual property that has already escaped beyond the corporate walls and into "the wild" - or places on the Internet where data is accessible by the public.

"Exobox is excited to make ExoDetect available via subscription, to companies that want to safeguard their most valuable data assets and regain control over their reputations," said Ted Ernst, CTO of Exobox.

"No other product mitigates risk associated with governance and compliance breeches and closes the gaps that allow sensitive data to escape and become a liability to an organization to the extent that ExoDetect does. We worked hard to develop a product that would give corporations assurance that their private discussions, plans, and strategies were protected, and after a comprehensive research and development process, we have achieved that goal."

During the ExoDetect product research and development phase, Exobox Technologies found that confidential information about corporations and individuals is being leaked into unauthorized territory in pandemic proportions despite strict company policies, regulations, and legislation that require organizations to safeguard such information. Beta testers of ExoDetect, including executives and information security officers for several Fortune 1000 companies, submitted glowing reviews about the new software's ability to shore up business information security.

"As a Beta Tester of ExoDetect, we have seen first-hand the huge value that this product can add to our data security program. With ExoDetect, we have another shield of armor protecting our corporate information."

Tim Stanley, Director Information Security for Continental Airlines.

"Halock Security Labs is committed to identifying and shoring up vulnerabilities in our clients' information security systems," said Karsten Abata, program director of Halock Security Labs. "ExoDetect is the best data leak detection software available and exponentially enhances our ability to address both the strategic and technical security needs of our clients and protect their most valuable assets."

To inquire about a subscription to the Exobox's ExoDetect data leak detection service, contact Exobox sales toll-free at (866) 998-0399 or via email at [email protected]

About Exobox

Exobox Technologies Corp. develops information risk management and security solutions that help organizations protect and recover their most valuable information assets. It is committed to its vision to create a more secure environment for the information-centric community through the development of new technologies and security services. Exobox is headquartered in Houston, Texas. For more information on Exobox, visit www.exobox.com.

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