I would like to know if there is a DLP system that can monitor phone conversation, in order to search for sensitive data leakage by the company users to external users.

We know NSA does that :) Is there a software/appliance that can handle such for a financial company against data leaks over phone calls?


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  • It would be worth rewording the question slightly so that this doesn't come across as a product recommendation. I'd be interested in the answer. I'm sure that there will be a class of products that will do this but it isn't by any means a trivial problem as it would require a system to reliably make sense of conversations. You are much better off getting people trained and regularly reminded of their security responsibilities + ensuring people only have access to data they really need. – Julian Knight Jun 8 '14 at 21:18

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