RSA has released the latest version of its Data Protection Manager security tool, claiming that it will protect enterprises at the application level and allow them to encrypt and secure information as it is entered into the application.
Data Protection Manager, formerly known as RSA Key Manager, bundles key management security tools with application encryption systems and tokenisation components.
The result, according to RSA, is a "hybrid" management tool that can reduce the risk of data loss through application breaches and help enterprises better manage compliance issues.
"Companies want to protect all their sensitive data using a robust protection method like encryption, but also want to limit the impact on compliance and environment changes by using a cost-effective solution like tokenisation," said Dan Schiappa, senior vice president of products at RSA.
"Combining encryption, tokenisation and key management in the same product provides flexibility and reduces management overhead."
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