DeviceLock® 7.1 just released!
DeviceLock, Inc., a leading developer of endpoint data leak prevention software, today announced the general availability of DeviceLock 7.1 Endpoint DLP Suite.
What's New in DeviceLock® 7.1 (versus 7.0):
- Added support for new webmail services: GMX.de, Web.de and Mail.ru.
- Shadow content-aware rules can be now enabled for the Printer device.
- Improved control of Gmail’s SSL connections.
- Improved support for Blackberry Bluetooth connections.
- Improved content analyses for nested archives.
- Improved support for encrypted archives in content-aware rules.
- Improved auditing and shadowing for messages and attachments in Hotmail and Yahoo Mail.
- Improved support for Vkontakte and Facebook social networks.
- Files shadow copies now created (if shadowing is enabled) even if files are denied by content-aware rules.
- Improved ability to distinguish between HTTP Data & Files for auditing and shadowing.
- Improved the “Top Copied Files” report for webmails, social networks and messengers.
- Improved logic in calculating protocols-related events in "Allowed & Denied access requests per channel," "Allowed vs. Denied access requests," "Top active computers" and "Top active users" reports.
- Fixed problem causing reports to freeze in the “Generating” state.
- Improved keywords for content inspection in content-aware rules for the HTTP protocol.
- Increased speed of transferring files over the network when content-aware rules are disabled.
- Improved local storage quota handling for data transferred over the network.
- Improved shadowing in content-aware rules for protocols.
- Improved support of SMTP-SSL and FTP-SSL connections.
- Shadow copies of e-mails sent via webmail services now contain the send date.
- Now auditing and shadowing are disabled for whitelisted network connections.
- Improved compatibility with Eset NOD32 and Symantec antivirus software.
- Fixed some problems with load/save service settings.
- Many internal optimizations and improvements.
DeviceLock Endpoint DLP Suite components are priced on a modular basis. DeviceLock, a leading port and peripheral device access control component, can be purchased independently. As all components are included in any Suite’s installation, customers interested in the ContentLock and NetworkLock add-on components can deploy their DLP functionality incrementally by simply turning on additional capabilities as their security requirements demand and budgets allow.