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Has any one worked with Data Prevention Leakage Software

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Hi guyz,
Hope you are all fine. I will thankful to you if you could help me for the following questions:

1. Has any one has worked with DPL Software of Trend Micro, Orchestria or Recoonex software. Actually I want that we can track all of our sensitive data even if it travels to a USB drive or being send as an attachment. I am not sure about the concept of these softwares but I was thinking can it track any particular file say for example we have a file “X” which is classified as confidential & sensitive file and three of our managers are using this file by making a copy on their local system, will it track those files as well? Will it track if anyone on his/her local system copy that file to its USB or send through email attachment?
I will be thankful if anyone already using any such tracking software can guide me in this regard.

2. In order to implement EFS on a system is it sufficient to backup that’s users profile to recover the encrypted data or its necessary to make DRA (Data Recovery Agent)?

3. Last question is I wanted to track a particular users activity I mean which application he used, which service he accessed and even where he created/deleted file or folder on his systems as well as on the local network, is there any such software that can track such users activity
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