FileSure Defend and FileSure Cloud run the same engine and both enforce their rules the same way.
The main difference is that FileSure Defend uses on-premise local server and local console, while FileSure Cloud utilizes a cloud server and a web based console.
FileSure Defend is robust, flexible, and customizable and requires knowledgeable staff to manage, while FileSure Cloud is designed to fit the general needs of most small businesses and is easier to deploy and use.
FileSure is a rules-based system that permits you to create very general/broad rules as well as very narrow/specific rules and employs the ability to utilize includes and excludes when there is a broad need with very specific exceptions. The rules and exceptions can include criteria such as file operation (read, write, create, delete, rename, and security settings too), file location (network drive, local drive, USB, CD/DVD, and driveless(VSS)), file type, folder/file name, user name, group name, program name, machine name, time of day, day of week, and file signature.
Additionally, FileSure for servers includes a comprehensive user interface for defining your auditing and protection policies which are automatically pushed out to your protected servers and workstations from a single master location. Alternatively, you have the ability to create local policies that take precedence over the master policy should that be needed for specific exceptions. The audit data is optionally maintained locally on each protected machine or combined to a single central location and is always encrypted and compressed. It can be written to the security event long or forwarded via syslog as well.
|Hard Disk||1 GB|
|Operating System||One of the following operating systems and service packs (32 and 64 bit):
|Supporting Software||Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 or later|