CoSoSys, a leading developer of endpoint security and portable storage device applications, announced today a new version of Endpoint Protector 2009, the first Device Control solution, which is fully compatible with the new Windows 7 operating system and the latest Mac OS X version, Snow Leopard. With this latest version of our Data Loss Prevention and endpoint security application, we aim to enable companies to be the first to experience the freshest and most appraised software platforms, while protecting our clients from common threats yielded by extreme data portability and mobility.
Endpoint Protector 2009 is the very first solution in its class to offer increased control over sensitive corporate data, thus helping companies manage daily threats of the modern business environment, from malicious competitors and disgruntled former employees, to accidental exposure of confidential data. At the same time, Endpoint Protector 2009 focuses on giving businesses the competitive edge they need to maximize profits by helping them save time and money through an intuitive and easy to use interface for both system administrators and PC users.
“Our goal is to keep companies safe while allowing them to test, implement and turn the latest breakthroughs in software and hardware platforms into a profitable advantage. Releasing a version for the Windows 7 operating system – which is currently one of the most hyped and critically appraised platforms – and for Mac OS X Snow Leopard is a natural step in our ongoing strive to adapt to as many IT environments as possible. It also complements our efforts of maintaining a high level of mobility and productivity for non-technical users by providing them with a continuously increasing range of controlled portable devices, from iPods, cameras and USB sticks to ExpressCard SDD and printers,” explains Roman Foeckl, CoSoSys CEO.
Endpoint Protector 2009 is designed to minimize internal threats, reduce data leakage risks and control devices connected at endpoints. It allows IT departments to proactively take control of the devices’ internal use, while tracking all data transferred in or out of the protected network and enforcing encryption of data in transit on portable devices. The new Endpoint Protector version is available as a free 30 day trial for Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 and Mac OS X or online demo at http://www.EndpointProtector.com.