Sophos has released updates to its SafeGuard Easy and SafeGuard Enterprise data protection packages.
The security firm said that the latest versions offer long-term data protection plans, and cater for a wider array of customer requirements.
SafeGuard Enterprise 5.50 provides data encryption and data leak prevention. The updated engine is compatible with most standards, and is built to support the future needs of enterprise customers.
SafeGuard Easy 5.50 has full disk encryption for laptops and PCs, and can be upgraded to Enterprise 5.50 without re-encryption because it uses the same engine.
New features include recoverable forgotten passwords with local self-help functionally, improved server installation wizards, and enhancements to administrator accounts.
Administrators can access policy controls to provide a variety of deployment alternatives for centrally and non-centrally managed environments.
The 5.50 upgrade is free for SafeGuard Enterprise and SafeGuard Easy customers if they are covered by the maintenance contract and have the appropriate licence.
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