Top 8 Data Loss Prevention Tools

Symantec Data Loss PreventionForcepoint Data Loss PreventionEndpoint ProtectorDigital GuardianCode42 Next-Gen DLPMcAfee Total Protection for Data Loss PreventionTrend Micro Integrated Data Loss PreventionGTB Technologies Inspector
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    We can integrate with some other tools such as Splunk, which is very useful.There's only one policy needed to implement for all channels.
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    The built-in rules, templates, and content classifiers are among the most valuable features. Some of the built-in patterns are good places to get started with. Along with the phrases, they are helpful in putting together policies and fine-tuning our policies.
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    The interface is pretty user-friendly, neatly explained, and simple to use.The software is easy to use and the dashboard is intuitive.
  5. The feature we call desktop recording is the most valuable aspect of the solution. Not only can we collect data from the user's usage, but we also capture his screenshots when he is trying to steal the data.
  6. Code42 Next-Gen DLP is scalable. The solution is very stable. Very rarely do we have any issues with it. We don't have to deal with bugs or glitches. It doesn't crash or freeze. We find it to be reliable.
  7. The interface showcases threat incidents very well.The ability to block all USBs from the McAfee portal has been great.
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  9. There are no issues with the interface.The interface and dashboard are okay.
  10. The main thing that I like about GTB is that it has a single agent for DLP and data classification. You can use the same agent. In terms of licensing too, it has a single license. When it comes to data classification, it supports open-source document platforms such as ChainSoft and OpenOffice.

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Steven Palange
Hi, I'm a consultant looking for a Mac based endpoint antivirus that includes DLP.  Anyone have any ideas aside from who just raised their pricing by over 100%.
author avatarAndrei Bigdan
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Antivirus and DLP are separate products even for vendors that provide both. Of course you need to understand what DLP features comply you best.

There are three common approaches:

1) DLP by content. Classical DLP Suites utilize fingerprinting (Forcepoint, McAfee, GTB, Symantec, etc.). Doing content detection by only keywords and regular expressions it's a way to mess of false-positives (Trend Micro, Palo alto etc.) 

2) DLP by context. Digital Guardian is the only true endpoint DLP within this approach.

3) DLP on/off. The most stupid way is to block or pass everything by rule ON or OFF (without checking content or context). I even can't name this solutions as DLP.

For your case GTB DLP or Digital Guardian is an answer. Of course if you forget to insist to contain antivirus. Digital Guardian works as endpoint security too because it prevents access from ransomware to confidential data and could check signatures via Virus Total, but it is still not antivirus, it's rather EDR (endpoint detection and response) that is much efficient than any traditional antivirus.

author avatarMahesh Chenchalapu
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you cant get DIP and antivirus in a single app, DIP and ANTIVIRUS both are different applications, you have to purchase separately.

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