Forcepoint Data Loss Prevention Implementation Team

ITMgr3546
IT Manager at a government with 10,001+ employees
We are still working on deployment. It's going to take two to two and a half years. It all depends on the political climate that we're in. We are not a normal state agency. We do not have one constituency group, we have multiple constituency groups. We license vehicles, drivers, and professionals, such as lawyers, attorneys, landscapers, architects, etc. In addition to all of that, we also have a lot of partnerships with law enforcement agencies, courts, lawyers, and insurance companies, so we do a lot of highly technical security programming here. We don't just throw it out. We are methodical in how we do this. We didn't use an integrator reseller or consultant for the deployment. We are doing it our selves. View full review »
Sayed Ahmed
I-Security Engineer at NHQ Distributions Ltd
Most of the time we handle the deployment for our customers. If something is not working properly, such as not getting the proper data or traffic, then we contact Forcepoint for support. View full review »
Javier Ramirez
Network Security Specialist at SEFISA
We implemented it ourselves. View full review »
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Eze Osiago
Solution Consultant at Infodata Professional Services
I do try to handle the implementations myself, but I also have a list of consultants that can assist as necessary. Forcepoint has very good documentation I can reference if I need to, which has been very helpful during implementations. View full review »
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