DeviceLock Endpoint DLP Suite
Prevent Devastating Data Leaks by Securing the Endpoints of Your Network
The DeviceLock® Endpoint DLP Suite provides both contextual and content-based control for maximum data leak prevention at minimum upfront and total cost of ownership. Its multi-layered inspection and interception engine provides fine-grained control over a full range of data leakage pathways at the context level. For further confidence that no sensitive data is escaping, content analysis and filtering can be applied to endpoint data exchanges with removable media and PnP devices, as well as with the network. With DeviceLock, security administrators can precisely match user rights to job function with regard to transferring, receiving and storing data on corporate computers. The resulting secure computing environment allows all legitimate users’ actions to proceed unimpeded while blocking any inadvertent or deliberate attempts to perform operations outside of preset bounds.
The DeviceLock Endpoint DLP Suite is comprised of a modular set of complementary functional components that can be licensed separately or in any combination that suits current security requirements.
The DeviceLock component includes an entire set of context controls together with event logging and data shadowing for all local data channels on protected computers including peripheral devices and ports, clipboard, connected smartphones/PDA’s, and document printing. DeviceLock also provides the core platform for all other functional modules of the product suite and includes its central management and administration components.
IMPORTANT: Customers MUST purchase a DeviceLock license in order to run either of the other modules: NetworkLock and/or ContentLock. All three products are distributed as a single integrated code-base with NetworkLock and ContentLock activated as separate ADD-ON licenses. The DeviceLock Endpoint DLP Suite is the combined offering of all three modules licensed together for full endpoint DLP protection.
The NetworkLock™ component performs all context control functions over endpoint network communications including port-independent protocol/application detection and selective control, message and session reconstruction with file, data, and parameter extraction, as well as event logging and data shadowing. (”Data Shadowing” is making an archival copy of the file in question in its current state at the time of the transfer or attempted transfer. This copy can later be used for forensic or litigation purposes to prove what was in the file at the time of the incident in question.)
The ContentLock™ component implements content monitoring and filtering of files transferred to and from removable media and Plug-n-Play devices, as well as of various data objects of network communications reconstructed and passed to it by NetworkLock™ – like emails, instant messages, web forms, files, social media exchanges, and telnet sessions. ContentLock can inspect both the body of emails and other communications as well as the content of file attachments -- even if those attachments happen to be encrypted and/or Zipped.
DeviceLock® Search Server (DLSS) is another separately licensed component. It performs full-text search in the central shadowing and event log database. DLSS is aimed at making the labor-intensive processes of information security compliance auditing, incident investigations, and forensic analysis more precise, convenient and time-efficient.
For enterprises standardized on software and hardware-based encryption solutions, DeviceLock® allows administrators to centrally define and remotely control the encryption policies their employees must follow when using removable devices for storing and retrieving corporate data. For example, certain employees or their groups can be allowed to write-to and read-from only specifically encrypted USB flash drives, while other users of the corporate network can be permitted to "read-only" from non-encrypted removable storage devices but not write to them. DeviceLock® provides a level of precision control over devices and network resources unavailable via Windows Group Policy - and it does so with an interface that is seamlessly integrated into the Windows Group Policy Editor. As such, it’s easier to implement and manage across a large number of workstations and can scale massively. In fact, some current DeviceLock customers have deployed on over 71,320 endpoints without any scalability or performance issues.