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Data Loss Prevention protects you from attacks exploiting employee behavior

Protecting sensitive information such as customer data and confidential documents (Data Loss Prevention) is a major challenge for companies. In times when attacks on business-critical content are increasing in number and sophistication, a consistent email security strategy is more important than ever. However, securing incoming communication only with the help of virus and spam protection is no longer sufficient, so outgoing communications must now also be taken into account.

iQ.Suite – Advanced Data Loss Prevention based on the principle “analyze, evaluate, block”

Email data breaches can take different forms, such as accidentally sending sensitive data to the wrong recipient, unauthorized email communication between the development department and external recipients, or dismissed employees sending confidential corporate data shortly before they leave. To prevent these scenarios, organizations must have technology in place to identify sensitive information, guard against data theft and accidental data loss, as well as to comply with GDPR requirements. 

Analyze email traffic

Real-time
analysis

Detailed examination of emails

Detection of suspicious text patterns 

Clear identification of file attachments

Detection of behavior anomalies

Evaluate and visualize

Web-based dashboard for visualization of key figures
Detailed insights into outbound email communications regarding email volume, number, size and category of attachments, number of recipients per email, etc.
Easy export and use of data for reporting purposes
Integrated rights and roles concept: Users can access relevant to them information only if they are authorized
Configurable data deletion after a specified time period

Block suspicious mails

Flexible rules and thresholds

defining how to handle emails containing confidential content

Any combination of actions is possible, in accordance with the company guidelines

Options for actions

Place emails in quarantine until further examination

Additional notification of sender and third party

Double-check (four-eyes) principle review performed by a pre-determined person who takes the final decision if the email is to be released or blocked.

Your benefits:

  • Identification of sensitive information in email texts and attachments
  • Detection of behavior anomalies in email transmission
  • Blocking of suspicious emails
  • Double-check (four-eyes) principle review and release of stopped emails
  • Web-based dashboard for visualization of key figures
  • Easy export of data for reporting purposes
  • Compliance with current data protection guidelines

iQ.Suite for Advanced Data Loss
Prevention

iQ.Suite DLP


Protection against accidental or intentional data leaks via outbound emails


Available for Domino, Microsoft, on-prem and cloud

iQ.Suite Watchdog


Protection against viruses, ransomware, spyware, adware, worms, Trojans, bots, phishing attacks


Available for Domino, Microsoft, on-prem and cloud

iQ.Suite Wall


Protection against spam, junk mail through content analysis and categorization of emails


Available for Domino, Microsoft, on-prem and cloud

Do you want to implement Data Loss Prevention to protect your email?

Simply contact our Sales team at sales@gbs.com to make an inquiry and we’ll be happy to work with you to improve your security posture.

Materials

Blog-Article:

Whitepaper: Internal and external encryption with iQ.Suite Exchange

Description of the method and possible configurations

“For e-mail encryption, S/MIME and PGP are the most widely used implementations of asymmetric encryption. While PGP certificates are always self-generated, S/MIME certificates can be signed by the creator or by a public certification authority. The latter has the advantage that a recipient can verify a certificate with the help of the certification authority. For self-signed certificates, another way must be found to verify the authenticity. Self-signed certificates are therefore often used in communication between companies, while publicly signed certificates are ideal for communication with individuals.”

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