How To Succeed in Data Loss Prevention ProjectsTop tips for successful data loss prevention
Managing the abundance of sensitive information residing within an organisation is extremely difficult. Mitigating the risks of a data leak is made even harder by information that organisations cannot see, or even know to exist. With intellectual property, customer data or business know-how on the line, the damage of a data leak can be irreparable. Preventing this is not an easy fix. But that’s where Data Loss Prevention (DLP) technology comes into play...
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Below are four examples of sensitive data and its authorized usage:
- Final financial reports to be shared with management, the board and the stock exchange
- Board Meeting minutes to be shared with the board only
- Management pension data to be limited to pension providers