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As regulations and corporate standards place increasing demands on IT to ensure safe data handling, deploying necessary protective solutions can seem daunting. Some data loss prevention (DLP) products require substantial effort to deploy and typically have large ongoing consulting costs. These products leave it up to IT to know about all the data that needs to be protected. But it’s impossible for IT to identify all of the sensitive data, interpret the regulations, and translate them into effective policies. When faced with this dilemma, many companies simply fall back to “good enough” solutions that don’t provide basic protection and offer little insight into ongoing date-related risks.
Unified Data Loss Prevention
¦¦ Fully deployable and manageable via McAfee® ePolicy Orchestrator® (McAfee ePO™) software, which enables sharing of common policies and provides incident and case management for network and endpoint DLP.
¦¦ Users are empowered with data protection manual classification. Real-time popups and a selfremediation tool help increase employee data protection awareness. McAfee Total Protection for DLP protects data wherever it resides—on premises, on endpoints, or in the cloud.
McAfee DLP Monitor scans traffic in real time
Integrated into the network, McAfee DLP Monitor performs real-time scanning and analysis of network traffic. Through detailed classification, indexing, and storage of all network traffic—not just information that violates its real-time policies—the McAfee DLP Monitor appliance allows you to quickly leverage historical information to understand what data is sensitive, how it is being used, who is using it, and where it is going. This gives you the ability to build effective and accurate policies the first time and allows you to anticipate how changes in your environment might impact the security.