Insider Threat Management

Detect insider threats and safeguard sensitive data with our comprehensive Data Loss Prevention (DLP) solution.

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Avoid data loss and data theft

Get visibility and control of your sensitive data and enhance data protection. Eliminate the high risks of leaking sensitive content and easily enforce data security policies.

Endpoint Protector offers insider threat detection by monitoring activity related to device use and file transfers. Monitor what sensitive data leaves your company and prevent data exfiltration with an all-in-one Data Loss Prevention solution.

Cross-platform security

Protect sensitive information including customer data and Intellectual Property (IP) across your endpoints with our advanced security tool.

Granular control

Endpoint Protector offers granular policies and settings for enhanced information security. Apply policies not only globally but also based on devices and computers as well as users and groups.

Easy administration

Leverage the risk of insider threats and enhance your cybersecurity strategy by deploying an easy-to-use security solution with a centralized dashboard.

Prevent and mitigate insider security risks

Protect your data from accidental and malicious insider attacks and get real-time protection from security threats by applying policies depending on the particular needs of every department. Monitor activity related to device use and file transfers with a comprehensive DLP tool. Secure your sensitive data across all your endpoints and prevent data loss via every possible exit point including clipboard, screen captures, USB devices and applications such as Microsoft Outlook, Skype or Dropbox.

Enterprise-grade security

Minimize the chances of a data breach with removable media control, content scanning and contextual detection, USB device encryption and more. Endpoint Protector has a modular approach to Data Loss Prevention and provides efficient security solutions for managing insider threats for organizations across all industries.

Ensure a seamless experience

Leverage Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) products by externalizing logs. With Endpoint Protector, you can transfer activity events to a SIEM server for analysis and reporting, thus ensuring a seamless experience across security products.

Multiple deployment options


Virtual appliance

Available in VMX, PVA, OVF, OVA, XVA and VHD formats, being compatible with the most popular virtualization tools.

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Cloud services

Available for deployment in the following cloud services: Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure or Google Cloud Platform (GCP).

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Reduce deployment complexity & cost. Focus more resources on identifying and mitigating risks to your sensitive data and less on maintaining the infrastructure.

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"Endpoint Protector adds a strong layer of data security. It is heavily relied upon for keeping our data intact and secure, and works well within our current security plan."
Josh McCown, IT Director, Spectrum of Hope

Frequently Asked Questions

What is an insider threat?

An insider threat is a cybersecurity risk originating within the organization itself. It can be caused by any user with legitimate access to the company’s assets - a current or former employee, a contractor, a business associate, etc. Insider threats can be divided into two main categories - intentional/malicious attacks and unintentional/negligent ones. The most common threats caused by insiders are sending sensitive data to the wrong recipient, loss or theft of confidential information, and storing data in an insecure location.

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What are the risks posed by insider threats?

Insider threats are particularly dangerous because unlike in the case of outsider attacks, insiders usually have legitimate access to the organization’s assets and information. The impacts posed by insider attacks include theft or loss of sensitive business data, operational disruption or outrage, brand damage, loss of revenue and competitive advantage as well as legal liabilities.

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How to prevent insider threats?

The risk of insider threats can be minimized by implementing security policies, procedures and technologies that can prevent privilege misuse or reduce the damage it can cause. Best practices to protect sensitive data from insider attacks include risk assessments, staff training, regular user access reviews, encryption of confidential data, and use of security software such as firewalls or DLP solutions.

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What are the two main types of insider threats?

Insider threats can be divided into two main categories: intentional/malicious attacks and unintentional/negligent ones. Malicious insiders usually exfiltrate data with the goal of financial rewards or other personal gains, while negligent insiders usually put the organization at risk by behaving in insecure ways. Human errors account for a significant percentage of data breaches.

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