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Devicelock 7.2 即将发布

DeviceLock 终端 DLP 套件 v7.2将加强社交网络和云服务的数据泄漏预防

DeviceLock,Inc.,全球领先的终端数据泄漏预防 (DLP) 软件解决方案供应商,今天宣布将与这个夏季发布v7.2 版本套件。此版本将先领 DLP 在终端控制网络协议、 应用程序和社交网络访问。

DeviceLock 7.2 将保护企业与组织的机密数据通过 Skype、Google Docs、Dropbox、Tumblr 泄露出去,而无需中断业务通信和正常进程使用。DeviceLock 终端 DLP 套件软件在终端直接强制执行精细的控制与过滤 MAPI 通讯协议,从而提供前所未有的数据泄漏预防。

DeviceLock 终端 DLP 套件直接从终端控制简单而经济的满足了组织防止未经授权的数据泄露的需求。在微软AD域中通过组策略对象 (Gpo) 和控制台,管理员可以集中、动态地管理分布式客户端的策略从而达到控制或审计数据流动的目的。策略中可以使用各种标准(如: 用户、 数据类型、接口、数据流向、加密状态、日期和时间、文本内容、数据大小、协议等),配合上下文进行逻辑运算以组成所需的复杂过滤条件。整个套件提供了前所未有的管理细度,是具有绝佳性价比的 DLP 解决方案。

DeviceLock 首席执行官 Vince Schiavo认为:"组织正在利用社交网络的营销与广告效益,以及云计算应用程序和服务的方便性,可扩展性以及可靠性高。这可是一把双刃剑,如果私人的、不准确的或不及时的内容被数以万计的追随者所获的。局面就很变得不可控制。泄露的数据一般来自于不妥善管理的DLP终端或者被携带到安全网络以外的笔记本电脑,DeviceLock提供了一种方法将能够区分有权限更新的人与阻止特定内容从终端泄露到社交网络与云服务而与终端所在的网络范围无关。

此外 7.2 版本中,DeviceLock软件提供了应众多客户要求的即时的 SNMP 和电子邮件警报功能。而不是仅仅依靠第三方 SIEM 或日志管理解决方案 (如 ArcSight、Splunk、LogLogic、LogRhythm、RSA Envision)提供的基于 DeviceLock 事件警报,此功能使得管理员在没有这种类型的基础架构上也可以在客户端违反DLP策略的第一时间得到通知。这为 DeviceLock 的客户提供了无缝集成到其现有的日志管理与 SIEM 基础结构或只使用新的 DeviceLock 内置警报功能的灵活性。

DeviceLock 的 DLP 产品被设计成能适应微小型机构到大型公司的 DLP 解决方案,部署和管理操作都很简单。它天然集成到windows AD域,也支持 LDAP、 工作组、 和独立 Windows 终端。7.2 版预计今年夏天发布。定价将基于终端设备客户需要许可证的数量。较早版本的当前用户在维保期也可以免费升级。

 


以下是英文原文:

DeviceLock, Inc., a worldwide leader in endpoint data leak prevention (DLP) software solutions, today announced that version 7.2 of the popular Endpoint DLP Suite software, coming this summer, will pioneer unique DLP features as well as controls over several additional network protocols, applications and social networks commonly accessed by endpoints.

DeviceLock 7.2 will protect organizations against data leakage through such popular services as Skype?, Google Docs?, Dropbox?, and Tumblr?, without disrupting their normal use for business communications and processes. In addition, DeviceLock’s Endpoint DLP Suite software will provide unprecedented data leak prevention for customers using the MAPI protocol by enforcing granular contextual controls and filtering of the content of native Microsoft Exchange email communications directly on endpoint computers.

The DeviceLock Endpoint DLP Suite addresses the needs of organizations that require a simple and affordable approach to preventing unauthorized data loss from users’ laptops or desktop computers. From centralized Microsoft Windows Active Directory? Group Policy Objects (GPOs) and companion consoles, DeviceLock DLP Suite administrators can dynamically manage distributed agents that enforce centrally defined policies that allow, block and/or audit data flows. These policies can take into account such criteria as: user, data type, interface, flow direction, state of encryption, date and time, textual content, data size, protocol, and more. These simplified rules can be numerically conditioned, use contextual boundaries, and be joined together by Boolean operators into more complex filters as desired. The complete package delivers an unprecedented level of granular functionality among endpoint DLP solutions in the same, easily affordable price range.

“Organizations are really taking advantage of the marketing and advertising power that social media can provide as well as the convenience, on-demand scalability and reliability of cloud-based applications and services,” said Vince Schiavo, chief executive officer, DeviceLock. “This can be a double-edged sword, though, if private, inaccurate or untimely content gets out to millions of followers. You simply cannot un-ring that bell. Since this type of data breach often emanates from an endpoint PC that wasn’t properly managed by DLP controls or a laptop that travelled outside of secure network perimeter controls, DeviceLock Endpoint DLP provides a way of isolating who can post updates and block certain content coming from a user’s PC or laptop to well over a dozen of the most popular social media and other cloud-based services regardless of where the machine is at the time.”

Also with the 7.2 release, DeviceLock is fulfilling a popular customer request to provide SNMP and email alerts in real time. Rather than relying solely on third-party SIEM or log management solutions like ArcSight?, Splunk?, LogLogic?, LogRhythm? or RSA Envision? to provide alerts based on DeviceLock events, this feature allows administrators who may not have that type of infrastructure to be made immediately aware of potential DLP policy violations at managed endpoints with DeviceLock’s standalone solution. This gives DeviceLock customers the flexibility of either integrating seamlessly with their existing log management and SIEM infrastructure or simply using the new DeviceLock built-in alerting capabilities.

DeviceLock’s DLP offering is designed to effortlessly scale from small to large installations and simplify DLP deployment and management such that it can usually be performed by in-house Windows administrators using the Microsoft Active Directory’s Group Policy Management Console. DeviceLock also supports LDAP, workgroup, and standalone Windows endpoint implementations. Version 7.2 is expected this summer. Pricing will be based on the number of endpoint devices the customer needs to license. Existing customers who have a current support subscription for earlier versions of the software will be eligible for a free upgrade.