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08/16/2018

DeviceLock DLP Suite 8.3 just updated!

DeviceLock, Inc., a leading developer of data leakage prevention (DLP) solutions, today announced the update of DeviceLock DLP Suite 8.3.

What's New in DeviceLock 8.3.73322 (versus 8.3.72878):

  • NetworkLock: Enhanced Gmail Web Mail protocol control.
  • NetworkLock: Enhanced Facebook, Vkontakte, and Odnoklassniki Social Network controls.
  • NetworkLock: Enhanced Skype control for new Skype version (14.x). As a part of this enhancement a new Skype feature has been added: "private messages" are now supported. DeviceLock handles "private messages" absolutely the same way as "regular messages", e.g. it can apply permissions, Content-Aware Rules to their original (unencrypted) text, and block and allow them depending on the configured policy.
  • NetworkLock: Enhanced Viber support.
  • NetworkLock: Enhanced support of the web-based Telegram messaging application.
  • Discovery: Enhanced Yandex.Disk folder content detection.
  • DeviceLock: New design for Service Options Encryption node. All supported encryption providers are listed on a single pane to simplify the encryption providers integration settings management.
  • DeviceLock: All DeviceLock MMC snap-ins view panes are supporting third state for sorting elements by default. This allows, for example, to undo the sorting for Service Options node and return the parameters list order to its default state.
  • DeviceLock: Fixed issue that caused problems with users fetching for a dynamic users list when a Relations Chart is built.
  • DeviceLock: Fixed SSL traffic interception issues for Firefox on some systems.
  • DeviceLock: Fixed audit issue when DeviceLock Enterprise Server is unreachable for checking rules for data fingerprints.
  • DeviceLock: Fixed error that caused inability to edit a Monitoring Task on some environments.
  • DeviceLock: Enhanced core module stability for latest Windows 10 builds.


DeviceLock 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 Suites 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.

 

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