Digital Guardian Acquires Code Green Networks
October 2015 by Emmanuelle Lamandé
Digital Guardian has acquired Code Green Networks, a provider of Data Loss Prevention (DLP) solutions for the network, cloud and mobile devices.
Code Green Networks’ TrueDLP™ solution is comprised of Network DLP, Discovery DLP and Cloud DLP, and locates sensitive data resting on databases and network servers, including data in the cloud. Founded in 2004 in Sunnyvale, Calif., privately held Code Green Networks helps enterprises protect and manage regulated and other sensitive digital information.
With this acquisition, Digital Guardian becomes a security company exclusively focused on protecting customers’ most valuable data at the endpoint, on the network and in the cloud from both insider threats and outside hackers. The combination of Digital Guardian and Code Green Networks will ultimately provide organisations with one data protection policy administered by a single management console and enforced regardless of where the data is located or how it is accessed. The combined solution will also provide:
Comprehensive data protection for the network, endpoint, cloud and mobile devices
Advanced data protection from threats originating inside or outside an organisation
Data discovery for endpoints, network, servers and in the cloud
Context and fingerprint-based data classification for structured and unstructured data
TrueDLP is generally available today, and will continue to be sold as a separate solution until it is fully integrated into the Digital Guardian Data Protection Platform.
In addition, the acquisition provides Digital Guardian with enhanced threat intelligence, deep packet inspection and wider visibility across the network, significantly strengthening its Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) and Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) capabilities.