Forcepoint - Simple to use DLP
Updated March 31, 2022

Forcepoint - Simple to use DLP

Darshil Sanghvi | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Forcepoint Data Loss Prevention

We are using Forcepoint DLP for preventing users from intentionally or unintentionally leaking data from the organization whether they are in office premises or working from home or working from branch offices or working from elsewhere. We restrict users to upload business-critical data to a website, USB device or even through any application.
  • Data leak prevention, as it is meant to do
  • Application control, monitoring and blocking on users system
  • Device control
  • Website blocking
  • Integration with Network DLP and other tools
  • Deployment is tedious as there are multiple servers for multiple services
  • Connectivity is not secure
  • Does not support Linux
  • Requires more servers
  • High maintenance and multiple servers and services we need to take handle
We tested and evaluated Forcepoint Data Loss Prevention and this solution suited the best for our requirement. We optimized it to suit our requirement of 250 to 300 users in our head office. We will be adding a few more users under this solution which are having Windows and MAC operating systems.

Do you think Forcepoint Data Loss Prevention delivers good value for the price?

Yes

Are you happy with Forcepoint Data Loss Prevention's feature set?

Yes

Did Forcepoint Data Loss Prevention live up to sales and marketing promises?

I wasn't involved with the selection/purchase process

Did implementation of Forcepoint Data Loss Prevention go as expected?

Yes

Would you buy Forcepoint Data Loss Prevention again?

Yes

Forcepoint Data Loss Prevention is very well suited for organizations where [the] user count is more than 200 users. These users can be work from home users or users visiting the office premises or even branch office users. As Forcepoint is only supported on Windows and MAC operating systems, it is less likely to be suitable for such environments.