If you were talking to someone whose organization is considering Forcepoint Data Loss Prevention, what would you say?
How would you rate it and why? Any other tips or advice?
You definitely need to do a proper calibration of the organization and data flow analysis. Even though there are 1,700 policy templates, each and every organization will have a different set of rules and data to be analyzed. So, data flow analysis is a must with Forcepoint DLP to create a proper policy. Cost-wise, it is a very good product. An organization should really consider this product if they are in process of DLP implementation, or if they are thinking of switching from any other DLP solution. If there is a budget constraint or you need a good DLP solution, I would definitely recommend Forcepoint DLP. I would rate Forcepoint Data Loss Prevention an eight out of 10. There is no DLP that will score a 10.
What I can recommend is getting the highest tier of support that you can afford, because it's absolutely critical. I don't know how I would do everything if I had to submit a request and wait several days for it. I don't know how I would keep things going in that situation. With a higher level of support you can call someone and you also have someone who is managing your account. That's also really nice, because you get some extra benefits out of that. I'm very satisfied and would rate it at nine out of 10.
I would certainly recommend this solution to others. It's one of the best DLP solutions on the market. Overall, on a scale from one to ten, I would give this solution a rating of nine.
This is a product that I can recommend to others who are interested in using it. I would suggest evaluating it and do some testing before making a decision. It's a different environment. I would rate this solution a nine out of ten.
If you are interested in implementing this solution or any DLP solution for that matter, I would advise you to build your own policies first. In short, build your policies and workflows and organize your enterprise well before you implement this solution. On a scale from one to ten, I would give this solution a rating of seven.
Before implementing this solution, you need to have an understanding of your environment. You need full visibility. Many customers are not aware of their environment and where all of the data is. In summary, it's a fantastic product. I would rate Forcepoint Data Loss Prevention a ten out of ten.
If anyone is looking for simplicity in a DLP solution, they must go with Forcepoint. On a scale between one and ten, I would rate Forcepoint a nine.
We were on Office 365 on the cloud. It wasn't enough. Since then, we've described our policy to Apple Mail and have elaborated out information classification. Afterward, we invited the business and the strategic entity to workshops to classify the data effectively and try the solution after implementing the DLP. We use a hybrid deployment model and acquired the solution with the hybrid functionality to help protect our sensitive data in the inter-managed hybrid space. The solution has been good, and it has responded to our needs. As a group, we were afraid of the safety around our sensitive data which was exchanged in our mail. We had an obligation to protect the data classified as confidential or restricted. The solution, since implementation, has helped us to protect our data and mitigate risk effectively. ForcePoint also offers a bundle that includes modules that cover URL filtering and app data for other DLPs. It's very good. Based on my experience, I advise any other organizations to test, try, and to be convinced by the solution before fully implementing it. Users will need to define exactly what it is they need from it and what their exact needs are to effectively deploy it. I think every user will appreciate that solution. We've experienced a lot of cyberattacks, so the DLP is necessary for us and would be beneficial to any company that has critical activities or has staff that exchanges sensitive data. I'd rate the solution nine out of ten.
Advice that I would give to someone looking into implementing Forcepoint DLP is to take care and compare it to other solutions. Other solutions may have a more established reputation because Forcepoint is a new name on the market. But I would recommend taking a look at all the technical features and the pricing as part of their consideration before making a decision. On a scale from one to ten where one is the worst and ten is the best, I would rate Forcepoint DLP as a nine-out-of-ten. The thing that would make it a ten for me would be for the company to improve the technical implementation. It should be better organized.
My advice would be to use these same components. I would rate this solution an eight out of ten.
It is better to use this solution first, before using others. Overall it's a nice product. I would rate this solution a nine out of ten.
I'm a Forcepoint reseller. I typically handle the on-premises deployment model, but I do have a client who is currently moving to the cloud. I would rate the solution nine out of ten.
My advice would be to make sure that you do a BOT at the beginning before you take any DLP decision, do a BOT. If you're going with Forcepoint, ensure that you have the prices locked down properly, and the user licenses clearly defined. Then finally, ensure that you sign the right support, you get the right support contract, or support flavor with them. Then you do your sizing properly, especially if you are using Office 365, because Office 365, the mini-environment, has huge performance issues around solutions. So be sure to do your sizing properly. I rate this solution a seven out of ten. I am really impressed by the interface and management console but the requirements are very high and the response time is too slow.
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