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Identity Finder, LLC Announces Enterprise Suite 4.5

Enterprise Suite 4.5 reduces the risk of data leakage by discovering and protecting sensitive information across an organization

LOS ANGELES, June 21 /PRNewswire/ -- GARTNER Security & Risk Management Summit -- Identity Finder, LLC, a global leader in data loss prevention (DLP) and identity protection, today announced the launch of their Enterprise Suite 4.5 from the Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit.

Developed to address the needs of small and large organizations, Identity Finder Enterprise Suite 4.5 reduces the risk of data leakage by discovering and protecting sensitive information across an organization. The software intelligently locates confidential data, such as Social Security Numbers, Payment Card Industry (PCI) data, Patient Healthcare Information (PHI), and other Personally Identifiable Information (PII), by addressing the problem directly at the data source.

Todd Feinman, CEO of Identity Finder, states, "We are very excited to share the new version with our customers as they were the impetus behind many of our upgrades. The new custom reporting feature exposes hundreds of new reports for both executive- and technical-level audiences. The new management features allow operations to quickly and easily schedule and control Identity Finder at the desktop level."

The Identity Finder software product line makes it easy for businesses to discover and secure sensitive data and personally identifiable information. It automatically searches through electronic data in files, e-mails, and system areas on desktops, servers, databases, websites, and other remote devices. It then provides a workflow to remediate any unprotected sensitive information by shredding, redacting, encrypting, or quarantining the data.

"Identity Finder has been a critical component in our efforts to secure confidential data. The generated reports make it easy to identify and secure sensitive data," states Shirley Payne, University of Virginia's Assistant Vice President for Information Security, Policy, and Records.

The latest version adds robust custom reporting for business units and entire enterprises to view and manage risk and remediation efforts, while also updating centralized management capabilities. Enterprise Suite 4.5 enables enterprises to search agentlessly or to deploy endpoint client software to allow employees to take action to protect their own data.

For more information, please visit http://www.identityfinder.com.

About Identity Finder

Identity Finder, LLC was founded by innovative security experts and is headquartered in New York City. Its technology gives users the ability to find and protect sensitive data. The company has quickly grown to become a leader in DLP and identity theft prevention by helping millions of consumers, small businesses, and enterprises in over 50 countries. The management team is comprised of globally recognized specialists who are thought leaders in the security and privacy industry. Additional information is available at http://www.identityfinder.com.

About Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit

The Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit features four programs focusing on Security, Risk Management and Compliance, Business Continuity Management, and chief information security officer (CISO) roles to deliver detailed, role-specific content and networking. Each program offers a full agenda of analyst sessions, keynotes, round-table discussions, case studies, workshops and more. Additional information is available at http://www.gartner.com/us/itsecurity

Press Contact:

Danielle Nacco, Ericho Communications [email protected] (347) 348-1677

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