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Data Control

Once you have discovered and classified data across your business you can track data use automatically to prevent data loss.

Control and protect data across many platforms and locations

Data control

Data Loss Prevention (DLP)

DLP Data control

What is data control?

Data control measures are required for any organisation that collects, stores or processes sensitive or personal information and to protect business assets.

After classifying your data, policies, procedures and technical measures can be set up to control user access and interaction with sensitive data to ensure that it is protected and prevent loss through malware, insider threat and human error.

In addition, data control measures can aid compliance with legal and regulatory requirements and help maintain data accuracy and integrity.

SecurEnvoy Data Discovery can be used to discover sensitive data held across your company and alert employees in real-time if they are storing it, making it easy for users to remediate any data issues themselves and reducing the risk of human error in processing data.

DLP data control software


Data Control


DLP data control software takes the identity of a user, device and the data to prove who is doing what and when, at any time. This gives organisations the power to manage engagement with “trusted” and “untrusted” users, both internally and externally and automatically detect potential data breaches.

Data control

Control the flow of data across
and between businesses

Enforce company security policies automatically

For many companies a major concern is how to control the flow of data between business units, to remote workers and external third parties.

After determining what data should be taken out of central repositories and how that data can be shared,
DLP enforces security policies automatically.

Automatic policy enforcement ensures data control and eliminates the chance of human error or hostile action that could leak your data into the public domain. It also protects vital IP or company secrets and massively reduces the risk of fines for failure to meet regulatory compliance requirements.

Stop data loss immediately with real-time data control

DLP protects data by conducting real-time inspection of all protocols (even ones that are unknown) to stop data loss immediately.

Users are secure and completely protected independently of how they work and access data – whether they are a remote user on a mobile device, or someone on a PC in your office – the same data security policy applies and data is protected automatically.

You are safe in the knowledge that sensitive information remains where it is meant to be, protecting your business and income, giving customers confidence in your data security and providing a significant return on your investment.

Data control and protection across
multiple channels

DLP works across multiple channels regardless of file type; on-premise and in the cloud.

You can protect sensitive data wherever it resides with file-type agnostic scanning and full OCR capabilities. Plus, block the transfer of sensitive data across both structured and unstructured data repositories.

The content of the documents and databases can be fingerprinted too, giving fast, automatic remediation options for specific company IP data.

You can also control physical actions, like copying files to USB devices, printing or screenshotting.

DLP helps ensure your data is protected without human intervention.

Data Control

SecurEnvoy Data Discovery

Do you need initial data analysis for a discovery project, without the need for classification and control?

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Data Control


Before classifying your data, discover the data you have on endpoints, in databases, on-premise and in the cloud.

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Data Control


After data discovery, the next step is to set up fully automated data classification and reporting of sensitive data.

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