With Zlock 3.0, Zecurion has added a variety of features that make it easier to deploy on remote machines. Zlock 3.0 lets IT admins monitor the installation process on remote PCs, and enables the installation process to be halted and resumed–even picking up where it left off in the event of a power outage. Zecurion has also added separate authentication for Zecurion Users for authentication in environments where the Active Directory is not available.
Zlock is an endpoint security DLP solution that provides IT admins the ability to secure, monitor, and control computer ports and external devices to enforce data security policies and prevent exposure of sensitive data. Zlock guards against internal data leaks that occur when confidential data is printed, or copied onto unauthorized portable storage devices through unmanaged USB, LPT, Serial, Firewire, or other ports.
Zecurion recognizes that there are legitimate reasons to print and copy data, though, and those solutions that simply disable or block ports impact productivity and the ability of workers to get the job done. Zlock gives IT admins the flexibility to implement policies at a group, user, or device level, or even to limit data activity to designated times or specific devices. Visitors can be granted one-time usage rights that expire when the device is disconnected from the PC.
“The main target of the new Zlock version was increasing of scalability and ease of use across the enterprise,” says Alexey Raevsky, founder and CEO of Zecurion. “That’s why we implemented not only Zlock Enterprise Management Server, but also added support of Oracle Database as an archive for logs and shadow copies and many other features that will make Zlock deployment and management easy and pleasant.”
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