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Data Loss Prevention (DLP) for Linux

Discover, monitor and protect confidential data on your Linux endpoints with our full DLP solution

Advanced DLP technology for Linux
Easy to install and manage
Granular policies and settings

The most granular DLP solution for Linux on the market

With over 15 years of experience in the field, Endpoint Protector offers top-notch DLP technology for the ultimate protection of your sensitive data in motion and at rest. Prevent data loss, data leakage and data theft with our full Data Loss Prevention software.

Wide variety of Linux distributions
As Linux adoption and popularity continues to grow, Endpoint Protector supports various Linux distros including Ubuntu, OpenSUSE, RedHat and CentOS in order to prevent data loss, data leakage and data theft.
A true cross-platform solution
Deploy Endpoint Protector easily on all operating systems and manage it from a single dashboard. The solution also provides feature parity between Linux, Windows and macOS computers.
Lightweight agent
Ensure minimal impact on your devices and networks with a user-friendly and lightweight agent that does not affect the end-user experience. We offer data security without slowing down the performance of your computers.

Comply with industry regulations

Endpoint Protector safeguards your sensitive data like credit card numbers or source code against data breaches and helps you to become compliant with data protection regulations such as GDPR, HIPAA, PCI DSS etc.

Linux is becoming the de facto standard for security and IT infrastructures. This rate of adoption requires support in the form of technologies such as what CoSoSys is introducing today..
Mike Woster, COO at The Linux Foundation