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EMC, Unveils New Advancements to The RSA®

2008-03-26 14:05:44
 

RSA, The Security Division of EMC, unveiled new capabilities in the RSA® Data Security System’s encryption and key management suite which are designed to secure sensitive data in file systems. The RSA File Security Manager is a turnkey offering focused on transparent encryption and access control of sensitive data in files and folders on Linux servers, and other operating systems. RSA File Security Manager 2.2 is designed to offer transparent encryption and role based access control for sensitive files and folders on Windows and Linux servers.

By providing an extra layer of access control above and beyond what is offered via the operating system, the RSA File Security Manager solution is engineered to enable a “separation of duties” between security and systems administration, as well as restricting full access to files to only authorized users. This ensures that only authorized members of a role will have access to the actual content in the files and folders RSA File Security Manager 2.2 also offers complete transparency to users and applications, meaning that authorized users see no change when they access files and folders, and file server administrators can continue to manage these systems without any changes.