Endpoint Protector Appliance: Stop data theft on Windows and Mac

Endpoint Protector 4 for Linux gets a warm welcome from the online community

The launch of the new Endpoint Protector 4 client for Linux did not pass unnoticed.

The Var Guy wrote a blog post presenting the new release and emphasizing the importance of Data Loss Prevention and Device Control solutions for mixed environments (Win, Linux, MAC).

You can read the whole article here: http://www.thevarguy.com/2012/04/10/endpoint-protector-4-adds-linux-support/

Data Loss Prevention: do we really understand it?

What is Data Loss Prevention? Is it related to technology, processes or people? Is it limited to some administrative policies and IT restrictions? These are the questions discussed in a well-documented recent article on darkreading.com.

DLP is not just an information security concern, it is not just a technical issue. DLP involves the entire organization, establishing what data is sensitive, where the sensitive data is kept, how is it accessed and used, and only after understanding these key points will they be able to define and implement a strategy for protecting and securing such data, at a level of both administrative processes and IT limitations.

In short, DLP is a business issue and it concerns technology as well as processes and people.

With the rising number of attacks and unintentional data leakage, protecting sensitive information became an essential task for any organization, regardless of its size. This is why the implementation of security controls for preventing data loss is actually the foundation for a secure business performance.

You can read more on this hot topic on darkreading.com

Do you use Linux? Endpoint Protector protects your ports also

Endpoint Protector just launched the new versions for Ubuntu and openSUSE of its Device Control and Data Loss Prevention solution, Endpoint Protector 4. With the new launched version, Endpoint Protector is virtually platfom-independent.

Endpoint Protector 4 is available as Hardware and Virtual Appliance, with support for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux Ubuntu 10.04 LTS and openSUSE 11.4. The data and device security solution ensures a complete and proactive protection against both inside and outside threats for organizations in an easy, but highly efficient manner with seamless integration and no operating system constraints. For more details, please visit: http://www.endpointprotector.com/en/index.php/products/endpoint_protector