Boost the effectiveness of your Data Loss Prevention (DLP) measures by combining Classifier with McAfee Data Loss Prevention.
Classifier supplements the McAfee DLP automated content scanning system in order to deliver more accurate DLP outcomes with fewer false positives, improved user acceptance and greater risk reduction.
Boldon James integrates with both the McAfee ePO platform and McAfee Data Exchange Layer (DXL). McAfee DXL provides adaptive protection solutions with real-time insight into classification activity and behaviours. The integration with the McAfee ePO platform enables a number of key features including:
- Distribution of software components.
- Status monitoring of Boldon James Classifier endpoints.
- Audit collection.
- Dashboard reporting on classification activity and policy compliance.
Boldon James is an McAfee Sales Teaming Partner and a member of their Security Innovation Alliance (SIA) programme.
"We know that organisations need to be more business-centric in their approach if DLP is to be successful. By supplying McAfee Data Loss Prevention with reliable insight into the meaning and value of data, Classifier complements the detection methods based on keywords and regular expressions alone, helping reduce the risk of data loss.”
Ed Barry, Vice President, Global Technology Alliances at McAfee
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Classification And McAfee DLP Interoperability
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