Free data loss prevention tool for enterprise IT

STEALTHbits released of DLP Lite for File Systems, a free, regex DLP tool that aids organizations in identifying high-risk, unsecured content on their networks to mitigate the risk of data leakage and theft.

“Knowing that Data Loss Prevention is at the forefront of many business’ IT security concerns, we wanted to create a powerful tool that would arm administrators with greater awareness about the content within their file systems so that corrective action can be taken to protect it,” said Adam Laub, VP of product management at STEALTHbits.

Features and benefits of DLP Lite for File Systems include:

Free – Organizations can access a free download of DLP Lite from the STEALTHbits web site and begin using immediately.

Easy to Install – Includes a simple install wizard. Once installed on a PC, users can begin targeting a resource to identify if high-risk content, such as credit card and social security numbers, employee information or other data that is unique to an organization (e.g. engineering diagrams, formulas, source code, databases), is in residence.

Flexible – As a regular expression engine, DLP Lite leverages high quality, out-of-the-box expressions for credit cards, social security numbers, currencies, phone numbers, zip and postal codes. Users can modify preconfigured expressions to suit specific requirements, use expressions found on the web, or create unique expressions from scratch to search for virtually any file condition. Search results can be exported to a Microsoft Excel file or reformatted into a customized analysis report.

Powerful – DLP Lite’s scoping options, wildcarding, and exception handling provide granular search and output control, while condition context features drastically reduce false positives by providing text samples found both before and after condition matches. Its powerful data pivoting and filtration features make it easy to narrow down search results or export directly to Microsoft Excel for more advanced analysis requirements.




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