McAfee DLP Monitor allows you to gather, track, and report on the data in motion across your entire network, over time. Building a wealth of information about data usage patterns supports better decision making and provides greater insight. By detecting more than 300 content types traversing any port or protocol, Network DLP Monitor easily uncovers unknown threats to your data so you can quickly take action to protect it.
Examine network traffic — DLP Monitor’s industry-leading data scanning and analysis examines network traffic at a deeper level than any other solution on the market.
Quickly identify data — Real-time discovery quickly details how data is being used, who is using it, and where it’s going, providing you with information you can act on. DLP Monitor stores all analysis and classification results in a secure, easily searchable database, so you can assess risk, ensure compliance, and protect sensitive data.
Find and analyze all sensitive information traveling across the network, and then easily create rules to prevent future risks.
Filter and control sensitive information, monitor file-share access, and index, query, and analyze all content. You don’t need to know the location of data and what format it is in — McAfee DLP Monitor does all the hard work for you.
Avoid lengthy cycles of trial and error when building rules. DLP Monitor compiles a wealth of knowledge about how your information is used on your network so you can test policies, identify trends, and effectively protect your sensitive data.
View comprehensive reports about information, including who sent it, where it went, and how it was sent.
Streamline remediation by alerting senders, recipients, content owners, and system administrators with configurable notification messages.
Ensure support for over 300 content types, including Microsoft Office documents, multimedia files, source code, design files, encrypted files, and archives.
Gather a comprehensive picture of all the data handling activities performed by systems and users — an invaluable online record of data use that is critical to explore the chain of custody for any given data item.
Get built-in policies and rules for regulatory requirements, including PCI, GLBA, HIPAA, SOX, personally identifiable information, patient health information, SSN, CCN, stripe data, financial information, and more. Policies can also manage intellectual property assets, including source code, internal memos, product documents, patent applications, business strategy documents, and pricing information.
McAfee DLP Manager, McAfee DLP Monitor, McAfee DLP Discover, and McAfee DLP Prevent are now supported on the McAfee DLP 5500 appliance. The DLP 5500 appliance is an Intel-based platform with dual six core CPUs, 32 GB of RAM and over 10 TB of storage in a 2U form factor. DLP hardware appliance solutions are self-contained devices. There are no minimum software or hardware system requirements or additional database installations required.
The Network DLP 4400, Network DLP 1650, and Network DLP 3650 appliances have been discontinued. In accordance with McAfee’s End of Life policy, they are being supported until October 2016.
For a technical summary on the McAfee product listed above, please view the product data sheet.
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