Somansa debuts Server-i to discover and protect sensitive data in servers and databases to protect data in motion and at rest

Somansa, vendor of data loss prevention, DLP security, introduced Thursday the Server-i to protect sensitive data stored in servers and databases. Using advanced machine learning algorithms and big data search technology, Server-i discovers and secures sensitive data and personal information based on policy rules.

Server and Database security has never been more important. Companies store and manage the most critical, sensitive data on servers and databases and for this reason they are often targeted and vulnerable to data breaches and leakage. An important first step to protecting sensitive data is to define and locate where the sensitive resides in the servers and databases.

Founded in 1997 with its America headquarter office in San Jose, California, Somansa offers Data Loss Prevention security to protect sensitive data and help meet regulatory compliance requirements. Somansa provides its users in financial, healthcare, manufacturing, telecom/media, and government with a total DLP solution to monitor, prevent, and discover sensitive data in emails, cloud, servers, databases, social media, USBs and printing.

Confidential and sensitive data leakage, meeting compliance requirements, and legal lawsuits can all lead to financial and resource loss for organizations of all sizes and industries, healthcare, financial, and government.

Somansa scans and locates sensitive data based on pre-defined and customizable content aware policies and detection methods including OCR and Form Recognition; includes server operating systems like Microsoft Windows, RHEL, CentOS, Ubuntu, Debian, Solaris, AIX, and HP-UX.

It also supports database types including Oracle, MSSQL, DB2, MySQL, Sybase, Tibero, PostgreSQL, Informix, PPAS, SUNDB, TeraData, Altibase, and scan database tables and columns. It also offers fast discovery time using simultaneous and parallel scanning of all servers, and central management and reporting.


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