Case Study
Honda Lock

Honda Lock implemented Endpoint Protector to better manage insider threats, especially by controlling portable storage devices, adding additional security in regards too data transfers.

Industry: Others
Ubuntu/Linux-based OS, competitive offer, additional security
Endpoint Protector Device Control and Content Aware modules
Easy deployment, user-friendly interface, granular control

Honda Lock México was looking for a Data Loss Prevention (DLP) solution that helps to manage insider threats, closely monitor employee activity related to data transfers, and offers an additional layer for data security.

The company was also searching for a cross-platform solution that supports Ubuntu/Linux-based operating systems.

Another important aspect for the company was related to pricing. They were looking for a product with a competitive offer that is easy to deploy and use.

They wanted a DLP solution that helps them to monitor, control, and block USB and peripheral ports, specifically mobile devices that can connect to the computers via Bluetooth.


Honda Lock Mexico chose Device Control and Content Aware Protection from Endpoint Protector by CoSoSys. They use Endpoint Protector for administering the devices and activity on the internal network. They’ve had incidents when specific files are deleted or modified by some users, and, without a solution, they don’t have the visiabilty to see who deleted those files.

With Device Control and its File Tracing functionality, they are controlling the activity in Network Share. The features helped them by showing details about which user has copied that data and through which device, and allows monitoring of data traffic between protected endpoints and removable devices, as well as Network Shares. It also shows other actions that took place, such as files that were renamed, deleted, accessed, or modified.

Within Device Control, defining granular access rights for USB and peripheral ports, device security is enforced while productivity is maintained.

They also use Bluetooth devices in order to block the transfer to mobile devices that can connect to the computers via Bluetooth. They are blocking USB devices and external devices.

Honda Lock Mexico rated Endpoint Protector’s features, granularity, ease of use, and staff availability when calling or asking for assistance as very good; ease of installation, support, and updates as excellent.

Why Endpoint Protector?

Honda Lock Mexico has chosen Endpoint Protector because the solution is easy to deploy and user-friendly, it offers cross-platform capabilities, supports Ubuntu/Linux-based operating systems, and it has cost-effective/competitive pricing.

The most required features for us were the Network Share control from the Device Control module and the Bluetooth device. These features helped the company to manage the users easily and to block transfers to mobile devices, USB devices, and external devices.
Alejandro Garcés
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