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Fidelis XPS Addresses Insider Threat

Fidelis Security Systems releases Fidelis XPS v4.0 extrusion prevention system for enterprise data leakage

BETHESDA, Md. -- Fidelis Security Systems, the authority on extrusion prevention, today unveiled version 4.0 of the Fidelis Extrusion Prevention System®, Fidelis XPS™. The newest version of the enterprise-class network appliance offers the industry’s most extensive protection from data leakage with new capabilities that yield the most complete solution for data-in-motion in the market today. A new graphical user interface with improved usability for workflow and administrative tasks is now teamed with increasingly sophisticated session and alert handling. Fidelis XPS 4.0 continues to showcase all of the product’s superior advantages such as proven performance and prevention across all ports and real-time protocols. As a result, organizations can mitigate the risks of data leakage with more direct control, ease of use and with greater efficiency than ever before.

Fidelis XPS continues to be the only system able to identify and prevent data leakage in real time across all channels on all ports on the network at gigabit speeds. A uniquely powerful rules-based approach to identifying privacy-sensitive information eliminates the need for time-consuming data registration that is difficult to maintain. Organizations can manage and enforce policies regarding content protection and acceptable network use with unprecedented granularity of control. With the new release, Fidelis XPS network appliances are now offered in ten configurations, allowing a user to select a product that will fit seamlessly into existing IT infrastructure with minimal impact, requiring no configuration changes to network devices, servers or desktops.

“By delivering the next generation of extrusion prevention technology to the market, we have given organizations the power they need to prevent costly and untimely extrusions with great confidence,” said Timothy Sullivan, CEO of Fidelis Security Systems. “The product’s ease of use and granularity of control deliver instant results by providing flexibility and the ability to configure a system that works seamlessly in an existing environment. Fidelis XPS remains the only gigabit Extrusion Prevention System and the only product that can address the threat of extrusions across real-time protocols.”

Fidelis Security Systems Inc.

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