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DeviceLock Named a Leading DLP Market Player

SAN RAMON, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/04/13 -- DeviceLock, Inc., an international leader in endpoint data leak prevention software solutions, announced today that an independent market research firm, The Radicati Group, has recognized and profiled DeviceLock as a leading data leak prevention (DLP) vendor in its latest in-depth analytical study "Content-Aware Data Loss Prevention Market, 2013-2017."

This in-depth study covers the DLP market in 2013 and its expected evolution and growth over the next four years. The report includes market trends, market size, installed base and revenue market share by vendor, four-year forecasts, and breakouts by region and business size. According to the study, the Content-Aware DLP market is growing at an annual rate of over 20 percent, as threats resulting in accidental or intentional data loss continue to emerge, and focused DLP technologies are necessary to meet the challenge.

"The Radicati Group is well respected and known to conduct unbiased, thorough and precise market research based on verified sales data and customer feedback," said Ashot Oganesyan, CTO and founder of DeviceLock, Inc. "We are pleased with their validation of DeviceLock's position in the current and future DLP market."

"The DLP market is constantly evolving as new avenues for data loss present themselves to organizations and employee endpoints," said Sara Radicati, president and CEO, Radicati Group. "DeviceLock's DLP technology is well positioned to address the threat of data loss from an array of channels, such as USB devices, social media and cloud-based storage."

DeviceLock Endpoint DLP Suite 7.2 provides advanced content-aware controls over endpoint data leakage channels from an organization's computers -- whether they are laptops, desktops, servers, and even virtualized BYOD devices. The Endpoint DLP Suite consists of three software modules -- DeviceLock, NetworkLock and ContentLock -- that together protect organizations of any size from endpoint data leak threats across the widest array of threat vectors.

These include:

  • Transferring sensitive company data via endpoint-connected iPhones, Androids, BlackBerry, other smart-phones, iPods, iPads, digital cameras, CD/DVD ROM, USB drives, SD, Compact Flash and other forms of removable media

  • Transferring company data to cloud-based file sharing web services such as Dropbox, Google Drive, SkyDrive, Amazon S3 and others

  • Leaking company info from endpoints via social networks, Skype, instant messengers, webmail, email or printing

  • Data leakage from endpoints via FTP/FTPS, HTTP/HTTPS and other protocols

The DeviceLock DLP solution is designed to effortlessly scale from small to large installations and simplify DLP deployment and management such that it can usually be performed by in-house Windows administrators using the Microsoft Active Directory's Group Policy Management Console (GPMC). DeviceLock also supports LDAP, workgroup, and standalone Windows endpoint implementations. The complete package delivers an unprecedented level of functionality among endpoint DLP solutions in the same, easily affordable price range.

About DeviceLock, Inc.
Established in 1996, DeviceLock, Inc. provides device control and endpoint data leak prevention software solutions to businesses of all sizes and industries. Protecting more than four million computers in more than 66,000 organizations worldwide, DeviceLock has a vast range of corporate customers including financial institutions, state and federal government agencies, classified military networks, healthcare providers, telecommunications companies, and educational institutions. Based in San Ramon, California, DeviceLock, Inc. is an international organization with offices in London (UK), Ratingen (Germany), Milan (Italy) and Moscow (Russia).

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