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Spirion is software tool used by many businesses and higher education institutions to locate sensitive information. Spirion identifies and classifies business critical, regulated, and sensitive data.
Not only will it locate data elements such as Social Security Numbers, credit card numbers, bank account data, and passwords, but it will also give the user the ability to securely delete the file, encrypt the file, or redact the particular fields. It searches data in files, emails, browser data, and system areas.
- Protects sensitive information from attackers, no matter where it is located on your computer.
- Allows you to search and secure confidential data.
- Manages structured and unstructured data.
To download Spirion, visit the IS&T Spirion page.
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