How to secure printed data

How to secure printed data

When it comes to the security of printed data, most of us see the highest risk in unauthorized document viewing or removal. Just like there are ways to audit, manage and protect electronic documents, there are ways to manage printed documents, too. So, how can you protect your printed data…continue reading →
How we messed with boot-time drivers

How we messed with boot-time drivers

One of our customers recently reported a problem with running our software in tandem with VMware vShield. Although the solution turned out to be quite simple, the investigation process is worth writing a blog post about, since it revealed some interesting facts related to driver behavior at boot time. The…continue reading →
6 key changes the new EU’s General Data Protection Regulation brings

6 key changes the new EU’s General Data Protection Regulation brings

New data protection rules are soon coming into force all over the EU. Leaks of personal data will be much more transparent to affected individuals as well as to the general public. There will be increased fines for data breaches up to 4% of the annual worldwide turnover of a company. What else is the new Data Protection Regulation bringing?
Safetica 7.2 is released – What’s new?

Safetica 7.2 is released – What’s new?

Safetica 7.2 builds on the Safetica 7 platform released earlier this year. It brings further refinements to the new features, and improves the usability of the whole product. The main changes are: All-in-one Deployment and Update view Revised DLP settings workflow for easier, guided configuration Improved reliability of Client-Server communication…continue reading →

GAPP System now among our partners

We recently started cooperation with a new partner - GAPP System. The company has been active on the market of IT services since 1994. By becoming Safetica partner the GAPP System expanded its security portfolio to include DLP software protecting companies against data leaks.
How to write a highly scalable Windows Socket server (BBQ library is the answer)

How to write a highly scalable Windows Socket server (BBQ library is the answer)

Our developer Benny (Marek Strihavka) has put together a sample code showing you how to write highly scalable Windows Socket server in C++. In Safetica, we have eventually decided not to use this library in our code since sockets have their downsides (e.g. can be blocked by a firewall) and there are more efficient ways to communicate within one computer. However, the code has made it to the final round of our performance tests. If you feel like you could make use of it, feel free to use the code in your own projects.