Replicator Cross Domain Edition was purpose-built to help government agencies mitigate potential leaks and insider threat risks by eliminating the need for removable media and manual methods when transferring SharePoint content.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) January 20, 2015
Metalogix, provider of the industry’s most recognized and trusted management tools for mission-critical collaboration platforms, including SharePoint, Exchange and Office 365, announced today the release of Replicator Cross Domain Edition for the secure, automated transfer of live SharePoint content between government agency networks at high and low security levels.
Replicator Cross Domain Edition, developed with the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), is the only data guard integrated tool capable of automatic, bi-directional transfer of live content between SharePoint farms on separate networks at different security levels. For example, the tool synchronizes content between secret (SIPRNet) and sensitive but unclassified (NIPRNet) domains. Replicator Cross Domain Edition works with the data guard to eliminate the need for using removable media to transfer SharePoint content between networks at government agencies.
“We’ve seen an aggressive spike in insider threats and data leaks from within the government due to outdated methods of handling sensitive content,” said Steven Murphy, CEO, Metalogix. “Replicator Cross Domain Edition was purpose-built to help government agencies mitigate potential leaks and insider threat risks by eliminating the need for removable media and manual methods when transferring SharePoint content.”
Verizon’s 2014 Data Breach Investigation Report revealed that government employees caused 58 percent of public sector data breaches, with more than a quarter arising from unintentional leaks by insiders. Such breaches could compromise the U.S. government’s domestic and international reputation. Replicator Cross Domain Edition reduces the likelihood of future breaches by minimizing the potential of unapproved human interaction with sensitive content.
“Insider information leaks will continue to grow into one of the costliest threats to government content security and management,” said Major General (Retired) Steve Smith, Security Technology Advisor to Metalogix. “To answer those threats, government agencies need smarter ways to minimize the use of removable media as well as provide redaction, non-repudiation and audit capabilities.”
Replicator Cross Domain Edition replaces outdated removable media while delivering live, automated bi-directional replication giving users access to up-to-date and in-sync content. Users have the ability to control the replicated content to fit security, compliance and permissions management policies. The tool works with all existing data guards and facilitates replication between all versions of SharePoint, from 2007 to 2013, ensuring that critical content is always available.
To learn more about Metalogix Replicator Cross Domain Edition go to http://www.metalogix.com/ReplicatorCDE
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