Data Loss Prevention (DLP)
Symantec Data Loss Prevention (DLP) is comprehensive data security solution that discovers, monitors, protects and manages information wherever it is stored or used.
- Discover confidential data wherever it is stored and identifies data owners to make data cleanup easy.
- Monitor how confidential data is being used and where it is going to provide visibility into broken business process and high-risk users.
- Protect confidential data by automatically enforcing data loss policies; educating users about data security; securing exposed data; and stopping data leaks.
- Manage data loss policies, incident remediation, and risk reporting from a single, web-based management console.
Data Loss Prevention Data Insight
- Improved! Monitors file usage and access patterns on network-attached storage (NAS) filers, Windows servers, and SharePoint libraries.
- Improved! Identifies the data owners of exposed files and folders; alerts security teams to anomalous activity or outlier users; and facilitates secure collaboration with access visualization and analytics.
Data Loss Prevention IT Analytics
- New! Provides advanced, multidimensional reporting capabilities so you can easily slice and dice data; create ad-hoc reports for executives and auditors; and measure data loss risk across your organization.
- IT Analytics is available at no additional cost with the Symantec DLP Suite.
Data Loss Prevention for Mobile
- New! Monitors email downloaded to mobile devices over ActiveSync.
- Monitors and protects network communications sent from iPads and iPhones over ActiveSync, HTTP/HTTPS, and iOS apps like Dropbox and Facebook.
Security executives trust Symantec DLP to:
- Improve visibility into their enterprise’s data loss risk, deliver measurable risk reduction, and stay ahead of emerging threats and new technologies.
- Educate and protect well-meaning employees and third parties from accidentally leaking or losing confidential data.
- Prevent malicious insiders and outsiders from stealing valuable intellectual property.
- Comply with global data privacy regulations such as the U.S. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and European Union Data Protection Directive.