Fidelis Network Data Loss Protection

Reduce risk efficiently by helping to prevent data loss across the network without compromising business needs

You need to prevent sensitive data loss across your network without introducing complexity to the IT environment. Fidelis Network Data Loss Protection provide a comprehensive solution that helps prevent data loss through enhanced visibility and control of all network ports and internal traffic. IBM combines technology, service expertise and world-class support in a flexible, integrated platform for network data loss prevention (DLP) that can help provide immediate returns and facilitate expanded coverage in the future.

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Designed to prevent data loss on the network quickly and efficiently

Internal and external threats are increasing, and so are the costs associated with a data breach. You need to avoid loss of sensitive content across your network without introducing additional complexity to the IT environment. IBM understands these concerns and now delivers a best-in-class data loss prevention solution for the network that combines Fidelis XPS™ appliances from Fidelis Security Systems with purpose-built IBM Data Security Services. Fidelis Security Systems appliances and support provide a comprehensive solution that helps prevent data loss through enhanced visibility and control of all network ports and internal traffic. The solution can also simplify day-to-day security management.

IBM's network data loss prevention (DLP) solution, powered by Fidelis XPS appliances, reduces the risk of sensitive data loss at the network layer. By identifying risky network behavior and dangerous protocols, it can protect all 65,535 ports at multi-gigabit speeds without impeding normal business operations.

IBM's network DLP solution can help you:

Benefits

Reduce risk efficiently by helping to prevent data loss across the network without compromising business needs

Features

Preventing data loss on the network quickly and efficiently

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