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Support for Content Filtering, PCI DSS and DLP

Content Filtering and Acceptable Use Policy filtering (2 and 4 below) for both inbound and outbound mail.  The specific content one customer wanted blocked mostly fell into the category of malicious content, rather than one customer's legitimate but confidential content.  

Specific Content Filters;

Inbound; Encrypted or Password Protected files, JavaScript or other code, Fragmented Messages, Executable files and links, Dangerous Attachments, Viruses and Virus Hoax, Video and Sound files and Unknown Attachments. 

Outbound;  Encrypted or Password Protected files, JavaScript or other code, Fragmented Messages, Dangerous Attachments, and Unknown Attachments.

Note: I need an explanation as to what constitutes a Dangerous Attachment and what a "Block Union Action" is.

Proposed LLN Content Filter Buckets;

1.    Personally Identifiable Information

1.    National Identifiers (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_identification_number)

1.    US

2.    Canada

3.    UK

4.    France

2.    Bank Routing Numbers

1.    Credit Card Numbers

2.    Visa

3.    Master Card

4.    JCB

5.    Discover

6.    AMEX

2.    Acceptable Use Policy

1.    URLs

1.    Pornographic

1.    Pornography

2.    Erotic/Sex

2.    Criminal Activities

1.    Illegal Activities

2.    Computer Crime

3.    Political Extreme/Hate/Discrimination

3.    Drugs

1.    Illegal Drugs

4.    Image Control (Protector 3.1 feature)

1.    Pornographic

3.    Policy Based Encryption

1.    Recipient Domain filter to force TLS

2.   Tagged content

1.    "Confidential"

4.    Content Filtering

1.    Executable Files


Original Idea Blog Link 


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