Combined Solution Prevents Unauthorized Disclosure of Confidential Information
SUNNYVALE, Calif., May 23 / Code Green Networks, a leader in the identification and protection of enterprise content, and Stellent, Inc., a global provider of content management solutions, today announced the general availability of a scalable solution that seamlessly integrates Code Green Networks' Content Inspection (CI) Appliance(TM) with the Stellent® Universal Content Management(TM) architecture. As a Stellent Technology Partner, Code Green Networks extends content protection policies to prevent unauthorized disclosure of sensitive information stored in Stellent's Universal Content Management solution.
The combined solution leverages Stellent's content services to identify confidential content and the appropriate protection policies to apply to it. The Content Inspection Appliance then inspects all content flowing through the organization's Internet gateway and, when transmission of confidential content is detected, automatically invokes a user-defined policy.
"The Code Green Networks' appliance solution can extend security beyond the repository," said Dan Ryan, chief operating officer for Stellent. "By monitoring multiple channels and the flow of sensitive content, organizations can reduce the risk associated with the accidental or intentional disclosure of information."
"Stellent is well regarded for its product innovation, market leadership and successful customer implementations," said Sreekanth Ravi, co-founder, chairman, president and CEO of Code Green Networks. "By connecting the Code Green Networks CI appliance to the Stellent Universal Content Management system, businesses and government agencies can register and protect fingerprinted content created in more than 390 file formats, including Microsoft Word(TM), Adobe PDF(TM) and CAD drawings."
The foundation of the Stellent Universal Content Management solution is the Web-based Stellent Content Server, where all content -- regardless of type -- is stored for management, re-use, and access. Stellent offers repository options for high-performance consumption, high-volume storage, and pure XML content storage to support the different content management applications required within an organization.
About Stellent, Inc.
Stellent, Inc. (www.stellent.com) is a global provider of content management software solutions that drive rapid success for customers by enabling fast implementations and generating quick, broad user adoption. With Stellent Universal Content Management, customers can easily deploy multiple line-of-business applications -- such as public Web sites, secure intranets and extranets, compliance processes, and marketing brand management -- and also scale the technology to support multi-site management and enterprise-wide content management needs.
More than 4,500 customers worldwide -- including Procter & Gamble, Merrill Lynch, Los Angeles County, The Home Depot, British Red Cross, ING, Vodafone, Georgia Pacific, Bayer Corp., Coca-Cola FEMSA and Genzyme Corp. -- have selected Stellent solutions to power their content-centric business applications. Stellent is headquartered in Eden Prairie, Minn. and maintains offices throughout the United States, Europe and Asia-Pacific.
About Code Green Networks
Code Green Networks offers next-generation enterprise solutions that identify and protect all content -- in all formats and languages -- against unauthorized disclosure across all leakage points. The company's flagship product, Content Inspection (CI) Appliance, rapidly detects and prevents potential leaks of content, such as internal memos, customer lists, contracts, CAD drawings, financial documents, source code, product plans, and other confidential information. Code Green Networks' solutions enable enterprises to mitigate risks from internal breaches that can result in loss of revenue, financial penalties and irreparable damage to a corporation's image, brand and customer loyalty. The Code Green Networks solutions are sold and supported through a global network of business partners in North America, Asia and Europe. For more information about Code Green Networks, visit www.codegreennetworks.com.
Source: Code Green Networks
CONTACT: Jay Mejia, Director of Corporate Communications of Code Green Networks, +1-408-530-9000, ext. 282, or Jay.Mejia@codegreennetworks.com; or Bill Bourdon of Kickstart Consulting, +1-415-602-1491, or firstname.lastname@example.org, for Code Green Networks
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