Lots of improvements to be done
February 20, 2021

Lots of improvements to be done

Gustavo Puente | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 5 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Endpoint Protector by CoSoSys

We purchased it, specifically for source code protection, but it didn’t work for us. Code is being incorrectly identified, lots of false positives. For example, many Visual Studio projects fail to compile, and according to EPP Logs, it says code have tried to leak, via Teams, or Slack, and that doesn’t make sense.
The other problem we have is that all the software is built around a device control module, so for example you can not create dlp rules for external devices, you can just permit or deny the device use.
  • Can be used remotely via public IP or VPN
  • Integrates well with Active Directory
  • Easy to deploy
  • Source code detection is their selling point, they should fix all the problems
  • Copy/Paste, when you copy paste text, the control applies over the paste, this is correct, but when you copy files, the control is on the copy, not in the paste, so Incan not move protected content not even in a sub folder
  • Device protection shouldn’t be the main module, there are other software that handle devices, you should focus on DLP
  • Didn’t work as expected
  • Not sure yet if we are going to renew it, thankfully we didn’t make a 3 year contract required by them.
  • The are not many options in the market for source code detection, so we may have to stick with it
It’s pretty much the same, the source code detection is the main difference

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I think EPP will server well to any company try to protect data leaks of any type. Source code is something hard to control, I get that, but it you search on Google for source code protection DLP and the first result is COCoSys, then it should work flawlessly, and it is still like in alpha