Data leakage

June 22nd, 2010 by Stephen Jones Leave a reply »

Typically more than 25% of data stored on your network should be classified as personal, sensitive or critical data. Identify these data, classify, and secure it by using our world-class Data Leakage Prevention (DLP) . Examples of protection you can implement:

  • Strongest AES-256 encryption of data on any file-server, NAS, and SAN
  • Notebook encryption, workstation, and removable media encryption
  • Data Leakage Prevention including Plug&Play device control, application control, print-screen control, clipboard and copy&paste protection
  • Control of thousands of endpoints from a single management center
  • Audit-proof logging of all sensitive data access including user name, IP, time, read/write access

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