Security firm McAfee has unveiled a new enterprise package designed to help companies reduce the risk of data loss.
McAfee Data Loss Prevention (DLP) will help to secure sensitive data on internal systems and removable storage media.
The tool is designed to run through McAfee's ePolicy Orchestrator platform, and will be efficient and easy to use, according to the firm.
"Due to limitations inherent in legacy DLP solutions, organisations have had to take a brute force approach to protecting data," said Gerhard Watzinger, executive vice president and general manager of McAfee's data protection business.
"These approaches are like using a sledge hammer to crack a nut, and are usually used because of the high cost and complexity of traditional DLP."
McAfee said that the new offering can be fully installed and set up in nine days, and is designed to run alongside other security tools through ePolicy Orchestrator in addition to integrating with Adobe and Oracle access rights management tools.
The software also contains new analytics components, which the firm hopes will better anticipate potential vulnerabilities and alert administrators.
McAfee has not yet given a release date for the new tool.
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