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PuriFile 6.1 Released

Posted on January 13, 2014 in Company News, Product News.

PuriFile 6.1 has been released.  This version adds the highly anticipated support for cleansing of documents within a zip archive.  Now you don’t have to expand zip files and send individual documents for cleansing, just send the zip archive to PuriFile.  Archive files are automatically unzipped, cleansed, re-zipped and returned in one easy step.

There are also many other minor enhancements and bug fixes, view the change log for a complete list of updates.

Download the latest version now!

Fourteenth Annual International Techno Security Conference June 3-6, 2012

Posted on June 11, 2012 in Company News.

ITT Exelis showcased their data loss prevention technology, Purifile, at the recent Fourteenth Annual International Techno Security Conference June 3-6, 2012 in Myrtle Beach. This conference was an international meeting place for IT Security professionals from around the world. The conference  featured some of the top speakers in the industry, and raised international awareness towards increased education and ethics in IT security.

ITT Exelis introduces PuriFile Professional at the Rome Labs/Griffiss Institute/Technology Expo on May 9th, 2012

Posted on May 11, 2012 in Company News.

ITT Exelis PuriFile developers were on hand to answer any questions regarding the new release v5.2 a robust cleansing tool, PuriFile professional, at the Rome Labs/Griffiss Institute/Technology Expo on May 9th, 2012. Held at the Griffiss Institute in the Rome Business Park, the expo attracted attendees from Rome Labs and from the defense contractors located in the RBP.

PuriFile attended the (DoDIIS) Worldwide Conference April 1-4 2012

Posted on April 11, 2012 in Company News.

ITT Exelis introduces PuriFile v5.2, the latest release of the robust data loss prevention software application,  at the 2012 Department of Defense Intelligence Information Systems (DoDIIS) Worldwide Conference April 1-4 2012. Hosted annually by the DIA Directorate for Information Management (DS) and Chief Information Officer (CIO), the conference’s 2012 theme, “Advancing Mission Integration,” highlighted the DIA CIO’s commitment and intent to unify defense intelligence infrastructure and information sharing initiatives.

Through partnerships and collaboration, this valuable forum for the Intelligence Community (IC) and Department of Defense Information Technology (IT) professionals showcased current and future capabilities, investigate innovative solutions, and allowed individuals to share best practices. The DoDIIS Worldwide 2012 Conference aligned with DIA’s mission to deliver a decision advantage to warfighters, defense planners, and policymakers while embracing the Agency’s theme: One Mission. One Team. One Agency.

The DoDIIS Worldwide Conference featured more than 3,000 participants including 400+ exhibits from across the globe, and supports a wide-range of Government, Civilian, Military, and Industry Partners interested in networking, collaborating, and bringing new resourceful solutions to the ever-changing IT world. Expert speakers and interactive training sessions, as well as, daily networking opportunities will be held over the course of the four-day conference.

ITT Exelis Begins Operations as a Publicly Traded Company

Posted on October 31, 2011 in Company News.

Global aerospace, defense and information solutions provider brings to market innovative products and services in C4ISR, surveillance, air traffic solutions, information and cyber solutions, space missions and communications

MCLEAN, Va., October 31, 2011 – ITT Exelis (NYSE: XLS) today announced the completion of its spin-off from ITT Corporation and initiated operations as an independent, top-tier global aerospace, defense and information solutions leader with attractive positions in enduring markets. The $5.9 billion, 21,000-person company aims to augment a 50-year legacy of providing a diverse range of critical systems, components and services that help military, government and commercial customers around the world manage global threats, conflicts and complexities. Open trading of Exelis shares on the New York Stock Exchange will commence Nov. 1, 2011 under the ticker symbol XLS.

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Visit PuriFile at the 2011 DoDIIS Worldwide Conference

Posted on April 27, 2011 in Company News.

It’s approaching that time when the Defense Intelligence Community comes together for DoDIIS 2011 Worldwide Conference and exhibition next week in Detroit. There will be over 450 exhibitors on the show floor at Cobo Hall and we’re proud to be among them at booth 657. This year we are unveiling some new products, features, and strategic alliances to further our robust suite of products, capabilities and services for defensive Cyber Security.

Some sneak peeks include:

  • New PuriFile v5.0: Faster, new features, and now supports Office 2010 (see the demo)
  • New PuriFile Cleanser product: Automatically cleans your files! (see the demo)
  • New Tactical CDS
  • New Strategic Partnership: ArcSight Strategic Alliance Program
  • New Cyber Security Training Courses offered through ITT’s Secure-U program

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ITT’s PuriFile software integrated in FiST for USB “thumb drive” cleansing

Posted on October 25, 2010 in Company News.

Tresys Technology relies on PuriFile in every FiST inspection

ROME, N.Y., October 25, 2010 – ITT Corporation (NYSE:ITT) today announced that its file inspection application, PuriFile, has been successfully integrated into Tresys Technology’s File Sanitization Tool (FiST). Tresys’s FiST is the only approved solution that cleanses the contents of USB “thumb drives” and optical media to enable secure use of the devices for mission critical environments.

USB “thumb drives” are widely used to share vital information in forward locations, move data between coalition partners, deliver command instructions and situation briefs and a wide variety of other applications. Recently, USB drives have been identified as an attack vector for various forms of advanced viruses and malware that could impact critical systems. As a result their use had been restricted or banned in most Defense environments.

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