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itWatch Enterprise Security Suite

Data Loss Prevention: Content control is preventing data loss. All actions on files are determined by black and white lists depending on the operational environment. Even print jobs for sensitive data are controlled and protected by the central security policy.

Secure data exchange: Data theft is prevented and the overall IT security is improved by data access control of all users as well as monitoring of the file content in combination with protection mechanisms like enforced encryption.  

Device control: Endpoint protection involves monitoring and management the use of all devices and interfaces based on the corporate security policy. All the events on a PC or server are detected in real time.

Mobile security: Apart from data stored on hard disks also information in transit as well as in unsafe environments on mobile media like USB sticks, CDs or DVDs is protected by means of sophisticated encryption techniques.

Encryption: Encryption of the data on hard disks and on removable media improves the protection of endpoints as well as that against data loss, without interfering with the software distribution. With itWESS distinct keys can be used on the same medium for securing different information.

Malware protection: File checking in a local quarantine helps prevent the infiltration of malware intocorporate systems. Further, in a „remote controlled session“ users can view and even perform critical actions on all active contents and any data, without putting the production environment at risk.

Multi-client administration: The administration is done hierarchically by location or by lines of business with different tasks and permissions.

Audit proof security: The evidence of various security critical actions is a common requirement for the compliance. Therefore itWESS offers capabilities for logging the appropriate data an actions. An integrated interface to audit-proof archiving solutions (e.g for account relevant data according to GoBS) is included by default.