Code42 to showcase data loss protection solution at RSA Conference 2019

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At the conference, the company will showcase its new Code42 Next-Gen Data Loss Protection solution. The solutions will enable security teams to more quickly and easily protect their organization’s endpoint and cloud data from loss, leak, misuse and theft, said the company.

“Code42 Next-Gen Data Loss Protection challenges the viability of legacy data loss prevention (DLP) in a world where data is the target and breaches continue to rise,” said Mark Wojtasiak, Code42’s vice president of product marketing.

“Inundated with policies, productivity roadblocks and lack of data visibility, legacy DLP solutions have proven ineffective in protecting all data from loss. Code42 Next-Gen Data Loss Protection offers security teams a simpler, faster, more comprehensive way to safeguard data. There are no policies, no blocking, no blind spots and no wasted time — paving the way for security teams to enable the collaborative cultures their companies need to innovate and thrive,’ said Wojtasiak.

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