ZORB protects outbound data from compromise, just as AV is used to protect inbound data

Theft Prevention System

Businesses don’t think twice about installing antivirus to protect against inbound traffic threats.

But what about protecting outbound traffic?

–   data theft from hackers or insider attacks

–   theft from C&C malware (ransomware or botnets)

–   cloud application data redirection

–   application updates from poisoned websites

Prevent outbound traffic compromise


No IT or user intervention required


Company-wide outbound data protection


Enterprise-level protection at SMB pricing

Work practices are increasing data exposure

More business data than ever is sent beyond your network perimeter – to remote sites, home offices, the cloud, supply chains.

Exposing your valuable data to ever greater risk of compromise.

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Do you use cloud applications?

Hybrid Working

Do your have a hybrid workforce?

Compliance Clipboard

Do you need to meet compliance?

Reputation Protection

Is your brand reputation your differentiator?

Challenge the integrity of each and every outbound data flow

ZORB Data Shield GUI Screenshot showing blocked data

Exfiltration Prevention

ZORB’s EPS software

    Blocks untrusted outgoing data before it becomes a breach

    Block data by application name and domain name

    Application safelisting by company, department or individual

    Ready to go out of the box, or customise as needed

Exfiltration Visibilty

ZORB’s online dashboard

    Realtime risk posture across entire estate

    All block events geolocated for threat triangluation

    All block events cross-referenced with VirusTotal

    OR/ Push block events to your own SIEM

ZORB Dashboard geolocating alerts

Avoid change

ZORB integrates with legacy systems

Avoid budget requests

For business's without pre-assigned budget for DLP

Avoid IT staff overallocation

No need to assign dedicated resource to continuously update rulesets

Zero-Trust for outbound data


Has data come from a trusted program?


Is data going to a trusted recipient?


Inline with company policy? e.g. VPN

If it's not trusted, it's not sent

Start from a “DENY ALL” stance.

Only data flows that pass all THREE crucial checks are transmitted.



Eliminate data theft