Integrated Voice and Data Operations

Data Loss Prevention solutions are for organizations in all industries that need to safeguard intellectual property and customer and proprietary data in motion, at rest and in use.

We offer an extensive suite of detection and analysis capabilities, iSecureNet tied up with industry leaders like CheckPoint, Symantec to provide help on classifying data which identifies, classifies, correlates, captures and stops information outflow.

With visibility and control across the entire network, iSecureNet DLP provides maximum protection against state and federal compliance violations, customer data loss, intellectual property theft, insider hacker activity, fraudulent employee lawsuits, inappropriate Internet usage and corporate espionage.

We can help you to defend against unauthorized data loss through e-mail messages and attachments. Automated and customizable actions allow for encryption, quarantining or blocking messages.

The most critical part identifying and protect sensitive information residing in stored data is data at rest using our competencies we can help you in detection and classification methods. Discovery of sensitive data allows security teams to focus their initiatives on specific users and systems, and then implement the appropriate measures to meet regulatory requirements.

Check Point DLP Software Blade

Check Point DLP Software Blade combines technology and processes to revolutionize Data Loss Prevention (DLP), helping businesses to pre-emptively protect sensitive information from unintentional loss, educating users on proper data handling policies and empowering them to remediate incidents in real-time.

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Symantec Data Loss Prevention

Discover, monitor and protect your confidential data

Symantec Data Loss Prevention software is a comprehensive, content-aware solution that discovers, monitors, and protects confidential data wherever it is stored or used – across network, storage and endpoint systems.

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DLP For Tablets

Given its ubiquity, it’s hard to believe that the Apple iPad has only been on the market for 18 months. Consumers love these devices, but they are also sprouting like weeds in the commercial sector as they enable new types of business processes and applications.

As tablet computers become more and more pervasive, will their presence increase IT risk? In other words, where does tablet security fit into CIO’s implementation plans? This report concludes:

Employees access sensitive data with tablets and other mobile devices. ESG research indicates that many users access company confidential data, customer data, and regulated data via an army of mobile devices. A lack of security controls will inevitably lead to some highly publicized disclosed data breaches or routine regulatory compliance violations.

CISOs are leaning toward data security controls for tablets. Large corporations may install endpoint security software controls on tablets over time, but in the near-term, security executives have issued a clear directive around data security.

DLP for tablets is the best initial fit. DLP tools have oversight over users, devices, and data. By tracking all three parameters, these tools can execute granular security policy enforcement decisions, making them extremely flexible and effective. The best DLP for tablet suites will give users the freedom to access corporate and personal data and applications, align device-centric and enterprise policy management and enforcement, and provide central command-and-control and reporting.

Tablet Security Remains Challenging

In spite of overwhelming popularity and demonstrable value, CISOs continue to look at tablets with trepidation and for obvious reasons. Tablets and mobile devices are hyper-connected devices able to receive and send information with a finger swipe. Users can send and receive email from corporate and personal accounts, upload information to cloud services, and send files to social networking sites. When the device is populated with sensitive corporate data, it only takes one careless action to leak valuable information via any of these channels. According to industry statistics, the majority of data loss is generated by well-meaning insiders using standard information sharing tools (email, web upload, etc.). Security managers are also concerned about tablets accessing sensitive data. According to ESG research, employees regularly access, retrieve, or store many types of sensitive data including company confidential data, customer data, and regulated data on mobile devices like tablets

DLP For Tablets

Few organizations have the time or money to layer multiple data security solutions on the growing army of employee tablets. This begs the question: Is there one data security solution available that delivers strong security, operations, and business benefits? Yes. DLP solutions designed specifically for tablets and other tablets may provide the best initial protection because:

DLP can enforce acceptable use policies . Employees have different access privileges associated with sensitive data based upon their roles and responsibilities. DLP can help here by enforcing acceptable use policies for tablets granularly. In this way, DLP can be used to secure business processes, not just devices and data.

DLP can provide real-time protection across common corporate and web applications . CISOs believe that sensitive data leakage from tablets is most likely to occur via corporate/personal email, web-based services, and Internet applications. DLP can be used to recognize sensitive content and approved applications, and then align these with corporate security policies.

Many DLP deployments are anchored to the network . Devices like tablets are intrinsically network devices for access to web applications and services via HTTP/HTTPS as well as WiFi and 3G/4G. Leading DLP network gateways can be tuned to recognize tablet traffic, inspect network payloads, and then enforce policies. It may be permissible to use Dropbox to move sensitive data to corporate Windows PC with strong endpoint security safeguards, but large organizations may want to enforce security policies blocking tablets from using this type of service.

DLP solutions tend to act as a nexus of sensitive data, users, and devices. With oversight in these three areas, they offer lots of security and business flexibility—a perfect combination for iPads and other types of mobile devices.