How to use MyDLP with an existing Fortinet UTM

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  1. This article already assumes that you have installed MyDLP and DLP functions working properly.
  2. This article already assumes that Fortinet UTM is able to filter web traffic properly.

ICAP Client should be configured for Fortinet UTM.

To be able to configure ICAP from the Fortinet UTM web‑based manager, you must go to System > Admin > Settings > Display Options on GUI and enable ICAP.

Now we should create a new ICAP server definition and related ICAP profiles.

  1. Go to UTM Security Profiles > ICAP ...
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How to use MyDLP with an existing Websense Content Gateway (WCG)

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  1. This article already assumes that you have installed MyDLP and DLP functions working properly.
  2. This article already assumes that Websense Content Gateway is able to filter web traffic properly.

ICAP Client should be configured for Websense Content Gateway.

To configure the integration with MyDLP over ICAP, log on to Content Gateway Manager and go to Configure > My Proxy > Basic > General page.

  1. In the Networking section of the Features table, change Data Security to On.
  2. Click Apply, and then click Restart.
  3. Navigate to Configure ...
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Using MyDLP with an existing Squid 3.x

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This document describes using MyDLP with an existing Squid 3.x by using Internet Content Adaptation Protocol (ICAP) (RFC 3507).

MyDLP ICAP Server runs on port 1344 and a specific URL used for ICAP REQMOD operations. This will be where Squid is going to connect to.

Squid 3.0 and 3.1 have out of the box ICAP support with slightly different configuration parameters. Unfortunately, older versions have no built-in ICAP support but it is possible to enable it using patches.

For Squid 3.2, change 10.0.0.126 ...

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MyDLP on ICAP-Forum

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MyDLP took its place in ICAP-Forum. Thanks to Martin Stecher.

“MyDLP is an open source data leak prevention project that enables organizations to identify and protect their sensitive data. MyDLP helps prevent data leakage through data transmission including Web, email and removable devices. ICAP, as an open standard, provides us the necessary content information in a solid way and helps us to identify data leakage over Internet. ICAP ...

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Squid ICAP Configuration Example

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The upcoming MyDLP SaaS will be working with your preferred ICAP enabled proxy server. So we are going to post ICAP configuration examples for widely used proxies, starting with Squid. Squid is an open source caching proxy which has a very large user base. It is open source and very stable.

Squid 3.0 and 3.1 have out of the box ICAP support with slightly different configuration parameters. Unfortunately, older versions have no built-in ICAP support but it is possible to enable ...

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