Endpoint Protector vs. Open Source DLP
Compared with an open source DLP, our solution offers more enhanced and granular settings, increased flexibility and scalability, quick deployment and easy management, protection across all your endpoints, and more.
Try Endpoint Protector and explore the features that will enhance your IT security strategy.
Looking for an enterprise-grade DLP solution?
Choose Endpoint Protector and ensure full protection for your sensitive data. Safeguard customer data, including credit card number and Intellectual Property (IP) such as source code with a flexible and scalable data loss prevention solution. Endpoint Protector has a modular approach to DLP and provides efficient security solutions for managing insider threats.
Protect sensitive information across Windows, macOS, and Linux endpoints with our comprehensive DLP software.
Endpoint Protector has a modular approach to DLP and has granular security policies and settings. Policies can be applied not only globally but also based on devices and computers as well as users and groups.
Up & running in 30 minutes
Deploy our award-winning data loss prevention tool quickly and easily. Manage all your endpoints from a centralized dashboard and ensure information security.
Keep your sensitive data safe
Ensure data leak prevention by managing USB and peripheral ports, controlling file transfers via the most common exit points, scanning sensitive data at rest, and encrypting data on USBs. Ensure regulatory and industry compliance with GDPR, CCPA, PCI DSS, HIPAA, and more by deploying our data loss prevention software.
Mitigate insider threats
Ensure protection against both malicious and inadvertent insider attacks by choosing Endpoint Protector. Secure sensitive data across all your endpoints and prevent data loss via every possible exit point, including clipboard, screenshots, USB devices, and applications such as Microsoft Outlook, Skype, or Dropbox.
Flexible deployment options
Endpoint Protector offers multiple deployment options, including hardware and virtual appliances, as well as cloud services (Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, and Microsoft Azure). Choose the option that best suits your organization’s existing infrastructure.