Zscaler’s global cloud platform sits between your users and the Internet, inspecting every byte of traffic. Because we are always inline and always blocking, Zscaler allows you to see data exfiltration attempts and stop them.
It’s so easy to intentionally or accidentally leak sensitive information through social media, webmail or cloud storage. Zscaler’s SaaS approach to data loss prevention has allowed us to monitor, define, and enforce DLP security policies to protect our most trusted assets - our customer database.Dan Shelton, Director of Global Networks and Telecom, Kelly Services
Most businesses have built strong perimeters to keep attackers out, and some have created controls for data inside the network. Many have deployed data loss prevention (DLP) infrastructures within their LAN, to ensure that sensitive data is accessed only by authorized users. Most struggle, however, to ensure that protected information does not flow out via cloud storage, file sharing sites, blogs, webmail, social networks, IM, and more. Between unintentional user actions, truly malicious activities, and simple lack of awareness, your sensitive data may be flying out onto the Internet.
Zscaler’s cloud security platform sits between the user and the Internet, inspecting every byte of traffic. Our DLP functionality is in the perfect place to provide protection across all users and device types, including transaction content and SSL-encrypted or compressed traffic. You can take advantage of our standard DLP dictionaries to create general policies, as well as add your own specific terms and phrases to get granular. And you retain complete control over which traffic to inspect, so you can secure your company’s private information without violating users’ privacy.