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Data Leak Prevention

A comprehensive data protection framework that secures data as it is captured, processed, and stored across a variety of devices, operating systems, databases, and applications used by enterprises, merchants, and service providers. The solution is a data- centric framework that protects data end-to-end, delivers secure analytics, protects data streaming from Internet of things devices, enables PCI compliance, scope reduction and secures PII/PHI for data privacy. It also provides encryption and tokenization for retail payment transactions at web browsers, enabling PCI scope reduction.

Data Loss Prevention

Cross-platform Device Control

Control the use of portable storage devices on Windows, macOS, and Linux computers; set rights like Allow, Block, Read-Only, and get visibility into data copied to removable devices.

Mobile Device Management - iOS, Android, macOS

Secure iOS and Android mobile devices as well as macOS computers and keep a close eye on sensitive enteprise data both inside and outside companies' walls.

EasyLock - USB Enforced Encryption - Win, macOS

Remotely push and manage the encryption software on users' USB devices to make sure all transferred information is automatically encrypted and prevent data loss.

Content-Aware Data Loss Prevention - Win, macOS, Linux

Prevents data leakage through all possible exit points, from clipboard, screen captures, USB devices to applications including Microsoft Outlook, Skype, Dropbox, etc. Sensitive data is identified based on file type, predefined content, Regular Expressions or keywords.

Two-Factor Authentication

Two-factor authentication (2FA), often referred to as two-step verification, is a security process in which the user provides two authentication factors to verify they are who they say they are. 2FA can be contrasted with single-factor authentication (SFA), a security process in which the user provides only one factor -- typically a password. Two-factor authentication provides an additional layer of security and makes it harder for attackers to gain access to a person's devices and online accounts