Data Loss Prevention
for the Media Industry

Protect content from unauthorized distribution, meet compliance requirements, and protect your reputation with Endpoint Protector

Protect sensitive data
Manage insider threats
Stay compliant with laws and regulations

Trusted by leading media and entertainment companies

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Companies in the media and entertainment sector trust Endpoint Protector to secure copyrighted content and confidential client data, and to comply with data protection regulations and standards.

Whether your organization works across print, film, television, advertising, or the internet, Endpoint Protector protects your content from unauthorized distribution, and reduces the risk of insider threats and data loss from malicious, negligent, and compromised users.

Meet your compliance requirements, including GDPR, CCPA, and more, and maintain control over your employee endpoints - even when they're working remotely or working offline.

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“Effective And Does Not Require Dedicated Security Engineers To Configure And Operate."
Director of IT | Media Industry
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“It's good to know that it's not even theoretically possible for someone to steal original or synchronized movies with the help of USB sticks or DVDs from our studio."
Executive Director
Mafilm Audio
Award-winning DLP for keeping confidential data and businesses more secure.
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Stop data loss in its tracks

Intellectual property (IP)

  • Media files
  • Copyrighted content

Personal Identifiable Information (PII)

  • Customer records
  • Employee records

Other Confidential Data

  • Confidential client records

Common data security threats and challenges

Insider threat management

Prevent data loss from malicious, negligent, and compromised users. Monitor activity related to device use and file transfers and stop data exfiltration with an all-in-one Data Loss Prevention solution.

Compliance with data protection regulations

Endpoint Protector can help you achieve regulatory compliance and meet the requirements of data protection regulations, including GDPR and CCPA.

Protection for remote workers

With today's mobile workforce, media companies must ensure that they protect data on the endpoint. With Endpoint Protector, organizations can ensure that security continues regardless of where a device is physically located and even when it's offline.

Read our white paper on Data Loss Prevention Best Practices

How does Endpoint Protector help?

Protection across macOS, Windows and Linux

Endpoint Protector can easily be deployed on all operating systems and managed by administrators from a single dashboard, eliminating the need for multiple accounts or control panels.

Efficient control of removable devices

Control USB and peripheral ports by limiting the use of removable devices to secure company-issued devices or blocking their use altogether.

Remote data protection

Endpoint Protector's policies are applied on the endpoint and continue to work remotely, whether a computer is connected to a company network or the internet or not.

Identify at-risk endpoints

Endpoint Protector solution ensures that sensitive data does not leave employee endpoints and flags any attempt to violate data protection policies. Discover users that fail to follow data security best practices and situations that can lead to a policy violation.

Customizable policies

Endpoint Protector comes with predefined profiles for sensitive data, including PII, and it also allows you to create custom profiles that serve your specific needs. Apply data protection policies based on file extensions or add keywords to flag content as sensitive.

Case study
PURE Jingles

PURE Jingles controls data transfers with Endpoint Protector.

The Challenge

Preventing creative assets and media files from being leaked to the internet.

The company wanted to maintain employee productivity by allowing access to the internet, but wanted to protect its reputation with clients by putting controls in place to restrict the transfer of sensitive files and client projects.

The Solution

PURE Jingles uses Endpoint Protector’s Device Control and Content Aware Protection modules. Device Control allows the company to monitor and control USB and peripheral ports, while Content Aware Protection prevents data leakage through file uploads to the cloud with customized content filters offering them precise control over the data leaving employee endpoints.

Why Endpoint Protector?

  • Monitor data and file transfers
  • Additional layer for data security
  • Intuitive and user-friendly interface

“We decided to take the basic software we used so far to the next level of security with Endpoint Protector 4, because it best suits our needs. The experience with the vendor has been very good and the Support Team is very helpful and fast.”

Melvin Sleeking, AV-Specialist PURE Jingles

Control your devices with Endpoint Protector

Device Control

USB & Peripheral port control

Lockdown, monitor and manage devices. Granular control based on vendor ID, product ID, serial number and more.

Content-Aware Protection

Scanning data in motion

Monitor, control and block file transfers. Detailed control through both content and context inspection.

Enforced Encryption

Automatic USB encryption

Encrypt, manage and secure USB storage devices by safeguarding data in transit. Password-based, easy to use and very efficient.

eDiscovery

Scanning data at rest

Discover, encrypt and delete sensitive data. Detailed content and context inspection through manual or automatic scans.

Multiple deployment options

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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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SaaS

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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