CloudLock, a Waltham, Massachusetts-based firm that helps companies secure data stored in the cloud, announced the availability of CloudLock Compliance for Google+, a PCI/PII compliance solution for the social network.
The company’s cloud-based offerings help customers enforce their own security, governance, and compliance requirements on their data and users in the cloud.
CloudLock’s solutions help protect sensitive data like PII and PCI stored in cloud services such as Google Apps and Salesforce, by providing DLP, auditing and compliance, data management and end-user security.
The addition of CloudLock’s Google+ auditing solution extends the company’s security suite by providing customers with visibility and control to implement social network usage and compliance policies (such as PII, PCI, HIPAA, SOX, more), the company said.
The announcement was made at at the Google Partner Summit 2014.
CloudLock’s security and compliance solutions are already being used by hundreds of enterprises that have adopted Google Apps, covering millions of end-users, the company said.
CloudLock for Google+ is offered as a stand-alone application priced at $1/user/year for the Enterprise Edition and $4/user/year for the Google+ Compliance edition.
In January, the company announced that it had raised $16.5 million in a Series C funding round that would be used to expand its business and invest in existing and new product lines.
Late last month, the company launched CloudLock Selective Encryption, a cloud-based encryption solution that enables enterprises to protect data stored across multiple SaaS and public cloud platforms.
Disclosure: Gil Zimmermann, CEO Co-founder of CloudLock, is a SecurtyWeek contributor. You can read his columnshere.
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