The use of more cloud-based services, from Dropbox to web-based e-mail, has increased the number of accidental or intentional data leakage incidents in the last years. Data Leakage Prevention (also called Data Loss Prevention or short DLP) has become one of the main security challenges for companies all over the world. Careless employee behavior is actually being considered a greater security threat than external attackers, highlighting the need for a close and detailed monitoring of all data transferred outside the companies' networks.
How it works
Content awareness is vital in order to protect sensitive enterprise data.
When data leaves the endpoint (Windows PCs, Macs and Linux computers) through cloud applications, USB sticks or e-mail, you need to be sure that the content is not against your policy.
This is where Content-Aware Data Loss Prevention helps you.
One simple example is telephony; you want your company to be as efficient, productive and cost-conscious as possible. You allow users or even encourage them to use Skype. Great to reduce call costs and people connected to work efficiently.
On the downside, who knows what files they transfer outside the company network using Skype’s file transfer features? With Content Aware Protection you can take control at the endpoint of what data is allowed to be transferred using Skype.
Benefits & capabilities
Don’t leave applications and data unsupervised!
Endpoint Protector offers an advanced way of inspecting confidential data based on both content and context.
Our DLP product protects data in motion ranging from file type to predefined content based on dictionaries, regular expressions or different regulations such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) or the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS).
Here are more reasons why
Content-Aware DLP is required
in today's workplace:
Skype is great in many ways but it is also a big risk factor to lose sensitive data
Dropbox and Google Drive are great ways to improve productivity, but an even greater way for data to be leaked, lost or stolen
Slack is the new preferred messaging and workstream collaboration tool for teams, but file sharing is extremely easy, exposing the organization to potential data breaches