New release: Performance profiles and detection on encrypted USB flash drives

New release: Performance profiles and detection on encrypted USB flash drives
4 July, 2019 NetClean
News 2019/07/04

New release: Performance profiles and detection on encrypted USB flash drives

The latest release of NetClean ProActive, 19.2.0, includes two interesting updates to the product.

Performance profiles

The introduction of performance profiles makes it possible for users to manage computer agents on a group level depending on the needs of the organisation. Customers can either chose to continue as today, with quicker scans where the agents temporarily use the necessary resources to perform at full speed. Alternatively, the new functionality makes it possible to run the agents in a ‘stealth mode’ where scanning and other activities may take longer, but use very limited resources.

Detection on encrypted USB flash drives

NetClean ProActive now detects child sexual abuse material not only on software encrypted USB drives (as previously) but also on hardware encrypted USB flash drives. As soon as the encrypted USB flash drive is unlocked and becomes available to the file system, NetClean ProActive handles it as any other USB drive and it becomes available for detection, scanning and other activities. This adds yet another layer to the protection of company assets.

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