inSync’s integrated DLP is a simple, lightweight, and effective solution that reduces the total economic impact of a lost or stolen laptop or mobile device for enterprises. It provides powerful, multi-layered protection of critical data residing in your organization’s devices.
- Leverages Windows’ Encrypting File System to implement a 256-bit AES encryption.
- Selective encryption of files or folders avoids need for a heavy, full-disk encryption.
- Encryption and decryption are automated, with no need for any additional user steps.
- Administrators can initiate a remote decommission operation on a lost or stolen device, so the device’s data is wiped out the next time time the device connects with inSync.
- An auto-delete policy can be configured to automatically wipe data out if a device hasn’t connected for a specified number of days.
- Data delete meets NSA security standards and protects lost or stolen devices from data breach.
- An embedded software engine uses advanced hybrid positioning algorithms based on data from Wi-Fi access points, GPS satellites, and cell towers to keep track of all your endpoints.
- Geo-location provides details such as street, city, state, or country.
- A familiar Google Maps interface provides a quick view of the coordinates for every endpoint device available on the inSync management console.
Seamless integration with Backup
inSync’s integrated state-of-the-art DLP delivers an effective endpoint data protection solution that both backs up your data and prevents it from being breached.
- Easy Configuration: You can enable each DLP feature independently using the same user profiles.
- Policy Driven Management: You can use the same set of policies (folder selection, include and exclude filters etc.) to identify critical data to be both backed up and protected from data breach.
- Peace of Mind: In the worst case that your device is lost and all data is remotely deleted – you can be rest assured that your data is securely backed up with inSync and that you can instantly restore it with minimum loss of user productivity.