Setup a Content Aware Protection (CAP) Policy in Endpoint Protector

Description

Learn how to setup a Content Aware Protection Policy in Endpoint Protector. Prevent confidential information from leaving the endpoint through USB and peripheral ports, printers, e-mails, instant messengers, cloud storage and other online applications. Through the Content Aware Protection module in Endpoint Protector, file transfer policies can be setup for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux computers. Filters can be created based on file extensions, predefined content (Social Security Numbers, Credit Card Numbers, etc.), custom content (create dictionaries based on keywords) or regular expressions.

Transcript

"Hi. I am Zoran and I am going to show you how to set up a Content-Aware Protection policy in Endpoint Protector 4.

We start by creating a new policy in Content-Aware Protection. Since Endpoint Protector is a cross-platform solution we must choose if this policy will be a Windows or a Mac policy. After providing a name and a description we can choose to only Report the file transfers or also Block file transfers containing sensitive data. In the middle section of the page, we can see the applications controlled by Endpoint Protector.

Let`s select them all including the Clipboard and the USB storage devices. Now we have to define what kind of data should not leave the company network through these applications. It`s possible to select a specific file type in the File Type filter. Select credit card numbers or other items from the Predefined Content Filter, attached a dictionary containing keywords or sensitive terms from the Custom Content Filter or even add a Regular Expression.

Finally, the last step is to select the Computers and Users where we want this policy to be applied to. I will select my computer and my user. From this moment whenever I will try to send out a PDF file attached to an email, upload the file containing credit card information to Safari, send out a document containing keywords or sensitive terms on Skype, Endpoint Protector will block the action.

This is how a Content-Aware Protection policy is built-in Endpoint Protector 4.
Thank you for watching!"

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