Data Loss Prevention for Linux

Monitor, Control and Lockdown USB and peripheral ports, as well as confidential data leaving Linux machines.

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Advanced DLP for Linux
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Also for Windows and Macs
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Up and running in 30 minutes

Ever since its early days, Linux has always been part of the corporate networks due to its reputation for security, flexibility, reliability, and high performance. Although it was mainly running on servers or on computers in IT departments, things have definitely changed. Linux adoption and popularity continues to grow, and in today’s cross-platform work environment, regular users can be found sitting behind Ubuntu, openSUSE, RedHat or other Linux machines.

Similar to Macs increased popularity, Linux’s success has made it one of the main targets for both outsider and insider attacks and malicious intent. With more people looking to exploit the Linux operating systems and various distributions, it is inevitable that vulnerabilities have grown. However, the main threat is not directly linked to the vulnerabilities - as they are constantly being fixed and the Linux community is also fast to help develop patches. The main threat is due to more and more confidential data being stored on Linux machines that have no solutions to monitor how data is being used or to provide visibility into applications and users’ activity.

With most of the data breaches caused by malicious insiders or human error, deploying a cross-platform Data Loss Preventions solution that works on the main Linux distributions becomes essential.

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.

Endpoint Protector 4 - The DLP Solution for Linux

Endpoint Protector can help safeguard your network and sensitive data from threats posed by portable storage devices, cloud services, and mobile devices. It can help secure sensitive data and prevent data loss, data leaks or data theft throughout your entire network, whether it is Windows, Mac OS X or Linux based.

Portable storage devices such as USB flash drives, smartphones, tablets, and cloud services like Skype, Dropbox, Google Drive may cause severe issues when it comes to controlling data use within and outside the company. As a full Data Loss Prevention (DLP) product available for Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X, Endpoint Protector 4 prevents users from taking unauthorized data outside the company or bringing potential harmful files on storage devices.

What the Media is saying about our recent DLP for Linux release

Endpoint Protector 4 was included by CRN among the "30 Cool Security Products And Solutions Launched At RSA 2016". Read more...

Both CIO and NetworkWorld included Endpoint Protector 4 among the "Hot Security Products", based on the Content-Aware DLP module that now also supports various Linux versions and distributions. Read more...

How DLP for Linux Works

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Deploy the clients on Linux machines
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Setup content filtering for sensitive data
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Define access rights for USB and other devices
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Monitor and block policy violations

Main Benefits

Content-based policies to stop data leakages

Detailed control over sensitive data leaving the company’s network through efficient content inspection.

Control over portable storage devices

Manage all USB and peripheral ports by monitoring or setting various granular access rights.

Compliance with industry regulations

Industry rules and regulations require organizations to protect data on all workstations, regardless of the Operating System, which is why it is important to implement DLP on Linux as well, besides Windows and Mac OS X.

Cross-platform DLP

Prevent data breaches on Linux computers as well as Windows and Mac OS X endpoints to cover all organizations' workstations and make sure the DLP strategy is complete.