Web Appliance acts as an ICAP client to a third-party DLP solution
ICAP (Internet Content Adaptation Protocol) support to give the capability of working with DLP products to block PAN data at the network edge.
This will give customers the capability of blocking PAN (Primary Account Number) data at the network edge in the event PAN data is passed thru a unsupported internet browser.
We are considering adding DLP support in a release later in 2015. This should allow detection of sensitive data such as PAN and other types without using an external ICAP solution.
Any update? SWA should integrate DLP functionality nowadays. We need to prevent what users can upload to web sites (not only forums).
Tyler Bonyman commented
MCH needs this as well.