Safetica 5.0.5 in action

The newest build of Safetica DLP/monitoring software has been released. Build 5.0.5. brings Safetica clients a combination of language, graphic, and functional improvements. “Our goal has been to make data protection easier on the end customer,” said Zbynek Sopuch. “This is particularly visible in the visualization options and the more…continue reading →
Safetica brews a perfect cuppa in Sri Lanka

Safetica brews a perfect cuppa in Sri Lanka

Safetica Technologies has stepped into Sri Lanka, launching its Safetica 5 DLP monitoring software this July.  Safetica's distributor for the country, responsible for sales and implementation, is DCS International (Pvt) Limited.

"The country has great potential …a lot of investments are flowing into the country," explains Marwan Chanawani, Business Development Manager at Safetica Technologies. "It is quite a different business and weather environment there than here in Europe."

Overall, the Sri Lankan data security market is at the early stages. "Most companies run an AV solution + firewall + some USB blocking. And, there are not a lot of companies which are ISO 27001 certified," points out Marwan.

The growth in mobile technology and social media is creating  uncertainty with local managers as they strive to keep their employees on task. Press coverage in Ceylon Today and the Daily News focused on the ability of Safetica to guard against outside devices being attached to the company network.…continue reading →
Safetica goes local in Japan

Safetica goes local in Japan

The new Safetica 5 is now fully available in Japanese following the 5.0.3 update of the data loss prevention / monitoring software. Adding Japanese to the Safetica language portfolio required both new technical features in addition to the extensive translation of the UI and support materials. One of the biggest technical additions is the new Web Control option which can single out specific key words and substrings entered into the web browser. This is particularly useful for Japanese due to the language structure. Safetica Technologies is represented in Japan by Promark, a distributor with over a decade of experience providing customized security solutions for a full range of companies. “We've been active in the market for organizations with big data and big security needs,” explains Keizo KATSUTA, owner and managing director of Promark. “We see Safetica 5 as the data security tool that local companies are looking for. Our client list includes one of the biggest banks, the leading telecom/internet provider, and largest automobile manufacturer in the country – and the second largest stock broker.” …continue reading →
Safetica enters Sri Lankan market

Safetica enters Sri Lankan market

Safetica Technologies continues its international expansion, launching its Safetica 5 DLP monitoring software in Sri Lanka in July. The exclusive Safetica distributor for the country, responsible for sales and implementation, is DCS International (Pvt) Limited. Safetica was launched to the public and IT press in the capital city of Columbo.…continue reading →
Edward Snowden: Where’s the data?

Edward Snowden: Where’s the data?

It is not what Edward Snowden has said that has the United States government and its National Security Agency so nervous, it is what he has showed – or could still show – to other outside parties. Nobody seems to know just what data he took with him on his flight to Hong Kong. Without judging Mr. Snowden's actions as either right or wrong, it is clear that the NSA has issues with how its own employees use, store, and send data – and not just their ability to collect and analyze phone data from millions of other Americans.…continue reading →

New version 5.0.3 Safetica

The latest update to Safetica 5 brings several improvements for users, providing greater comfort and clarity, and increased coverage for corporate clients demanding the highest data security levels. Key enhancements include: Extended monitoring – Ability to record information from files and external devices has been expanded (web download, file size,…continue reading →