Identity Finder DLP is a tool for data at rest, searching for a range of sensitive data, including Social SecuritySecurity numbers, credit card numbers, bank account data, passwords and PINs, dates of birth, phone numbers, driver's license numbers, personal addresses, passport numbers, and even mother's maiden names. Alles zu Security auf CIO.de
Using either an agentless approach or by agents controlled by a centralized management console, Identity Finder searches for static, sensitive data and then catalogs it and, optionally, archives, redacts and/or deletes it.
I tried Identity Finder on a Windows system that I've been using for a couple of years and the amount of personally identifiable information scattered like buckshot throughout the system was amazing!
Identity Finder comes in a range of editions starting with Home, costing $12.95 for a single Mac or Windows machine. For the enterprise editions there are also optional modules for searching SharePoint, Exchange and websites. If you have not conducted an analysis like this in your enterprise, you'll be shocked and probably quite worried if HIPAA or other regulations apply to your business. Identity Finder gets a rating of 4.5 out of 5.
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