London, ON (PRWEB) August 01, 2012
DLP is becoming more important than ever due to the rise of cloud and BYOD, according to Info-Tech Research Group. A Data Loss Prevention Vendor Landscape report, published by Info-Tech Research Group, ranked Trend Micro, Websense, McAfee and RSA as Champions in a market in the spotlight and under scrutiny to stay ahead of the curve.
DLP is at a critical stage right now as mobile devices and cloud servers are unowned and, to a degree, unmanaged. This means the restrictions that are in place about what data makes its way to these different environments are very important, said James Quin, Research Director for Info-Tech Research Group. The pressure being put on the industry to uphold standards during such an important period in the technologys life has created a fork in the road. DLPs future will either see large footprint-dedicated solutions reign free or sink into core security tools, like Unified Threat Management (UTM) or anti-malware.
Trend Micro ranks as a Champion and wins the Best Value Award, offering a wide breadth of features at a competitive price. A provider of both consumer and enterprise products, Trend Micro has grown to become a respected player in the security space.
Ranking as a Champion, Websense also walked away with the Trend Setter award. Its feature-rich and highly integrated DLP product is recommended for organizations looking for international policy and multi-language support.
Continuing to be a leader, McAfee earned a spot in the Champion quadrant with their DLP solution. The highly integrated product is backed by a vendor with strong support and viability in the market.
The security division of EMC, RSA is seen as an extremely robust and long-term player in the security space. RSAs DLP ranks as a Champion in the report and boasts an agentless mobile device support to protect sensitive data flow on a wide range of mobile platforms.
For the full list of Info-Tech Research Groups recommendations for selecting a Data Loss Prevention Vendor, visit: http://www.infotech.com/research/ss/it-vendor-landscape-data-loss-prevention
Info-Tech Research Group Vendor Landscape reports recognize outstanding vendors in the technology marketplace. Assessing vendors by the strength of their offering and their strategy for the enterprise, Info-Tech Research Group Vendor Landscapes pay tribute to the contribution of exceptional vendors in a particular category.
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