Click here to download our network monitor, and install it on each PC to be monitored.
Don't let your employees send passwords via insecure channels, define a password fragment as a Red Flag to detect careless network users.
Never purchase anything online via an insecure website, define your credit card as a Red Flag to prevent insecure purchases
Set up a dummy user with a strong password, any access to this dummy user could indicate a hacking attempt, and allows you reset all passwords
"Red Flags" constitute sensitive information, be this server passwords, the
company credit card, nuclear launch codes (*joke) etc. It should be long enough so that the "Red Flag" does not
appear randomly in a stream of data that is completely unrelated, such as an image or video.
Also, it's recommended that you don't include complete passwords or credit card numbers as "Red Flags" since the detection software itself could be used as a vector.
If the data is sent via HTTPS, a secure VPN, or otherwise encrypted, then this constitutes secure transfer, and will not trigger a warning. Secure transport of sensitive data is considered less of a security risk.
No. It is designed to be used in conjunction with good network security policies, including Firewalls, and strong user authentication. This does not protect against hackers or careless employees, but it can help detect when a data leak occurs and allows network administrators the opportunity to quickly reset passwords before any unauthorised party uses the leaked passwords.
“ Your junior programmers may be authorised on the network, but do you want them to email your server passwords to their friends? ”
“ Is there a risk of a disgruntled employee downloading all your client contacts to sell to a competitor? ”
— Sales Director
“ Would your secretary email your company credit card to that prince in Nigeria? :) ”