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I am interested in ''locking down'' my network's data from potential theft from users. I know that sounds incredibly vague, but I do not know much about the subject matter. Do any of you know much about solutions out there that can assist me in preventing employee's walking out the front door with data? I have a server 2008 R2 box and 5 workstations. Thank you!
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I am interested in ''locking down'' my network's data from potential theft from users. I know that sounds incredibly vague, but I do not know much about the subject matter. Do any of you know much about solutions out there that can assist me in preventing employee's walking out the front door with data? I have a server 2008 R2 box and 5 workstations. Thank you!
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disable all of the unused USB ports at all of the employee workstations.. that will prevent most of the data from leaving
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thank you for your quick response. Do you have anything in mind for email attachment enforcement and auditing? They need to be able to send things out to clients but I reckon its hard to keep an up-to-date list of who they can send to and who they cannot.
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disable all of the unused USB ports at all of the employee workstations.. that will prevent most of the data from leaving
this is definitely where i'd start.
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thank you for your quick response. Do you have anything in mind for email attachment enforcement and auditing? They need to be able to send things out to clients but I reckon its hard to keep an up-to-date list of who they can send to and who they cannot.
It's not "hard", it's just time-consuming. It's just a matter of implementing delivery whitelist/blacklist on your mail server...

What mail platform are you using?
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what is the data? Whitelists for emails with attachments won't help if the data can be simply sent out in text form in an email body. You may need to set up full whitelists for everyone, not just attachments.

What might be easier would be to just log ALL emails sent externally, and inform your employees of the fact so they know if they steal data you have a record and can pursue them for you consequential loss.
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