Enterprise Data Loss Prevention Without the Complexity



Code Green Networks TrueDLP

Code Green Networks TrueDLP is a complete Data Loss Prevention (DLP) solution that allows companies to effectively discover, monitor, control, and secure sensitive data, whether on the network, in use on desktops or laptops, at rest on end-user devices and network servers, or stored in the cloud.


  • Monitor/Control Network Traffic and Applications

  • Email, Webmail, Web 2.0 apps, HTTP/S, FTP/S, TCP/IP

  • Prevents data loss via the network regardless of port or protocol

  • Content based email monitoring and message handling manages the most common source of data loss

  • Webmail and FTP visibility and control, including SSL-enabled sessions

  • Policy based monitoring and blocking of Web 2.0 applications, including wikis, blogs, and other applications

  • Email encryption for secure communication and regulatory compliance
  • Locate, Classify, and Remediate Sensitive Data

  • Fileshares, DBs, SharePoint, CMS, MS Exchange, Endpoints

  • Extend Data Loss Prevention to laptops and desktops

  • Provides visibility into file and device activity on endpoints

  • Controls sensitive information beingcopied to removable media or sent over wireless connections

  • Restrict device use to authorized users and devices

  • Protect laptops and other devices even when disconnected from the network

  • Comply with regulations by enforcing encryption of sensitive data

  • Educate users on confidential datahandling policies
  • Monitor/Control Data on Endpoint

  • USB, Firewire, CD/DVD, Bluetooth, IrDA

  • Locates and identifies sensitive content residing on endpoints and servers

  • Provides visibility and audit reporting of unsecured sensitive content

  • Demonstrate compliance

  • Reduce data loss risk
  • Scan all files uploaded to cloud storage for confidential or regulated data

  • Continuously audit files that have been uploaded

  • Perform remediation based on potential risk: alert an administrator, alert a user, move the potentially sensitive file to a more protected folder, change file properties like disable external file sharing, or remove the file from cloud storage.