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Top Data Loss Prevention Software

  • What is DLP (Data Loss Prevention)?

    Top Data Loss Prevention Software

    Data loss prevention (DLP) is a strategy for making sure that end users do not send sensitive or critical information outside of the corporate network. The term is also used to describe software products that help a network administrator control what data end users can transfer.

    Data Loss Prevention (DLP) is comprehensive data security solution that discovers monitors, protects and manages information wherever it is stored or used. Discover confidential data wherever it is stored and identifies data owners to make data cleanup easy. Monitor how confidential data is being used and where it is going to provide visibility into broken business process and high-risk users. Protect confidential data by automatically enforcing data loss policies; educating users about data security; securing exposed data; and stopping data leaks. Manage data loss policies, incident remediation, and risk reporting from a single, web-based management console.

  • Features of DLP (Data Loss Prevention)

     .   Discover confidential data wherever it is stored and identifies data owners to make data cleanup easy.

    .   Monitor how confidential data is being used and where it is going to provide visibility into broken business process and high-risk users.

    .   Protect confidential data by automatically enforcing data loss policies; educating users about data security; securing exposed data; and stopping data leaks.

    .   Manage data loss policies, incident remediation, and risk reporting from a single, web-based management console.

  • Benefits of DLP (Data Loss Prevention)

    . Improve visibility into their enterprise’s data loss risk, deliver measurable risk reduction, and stay ahead of emerging threats and new technologies.

    . Educate and protect well-meaning employees and third parties from accidentally leaking or losing confidential data.

    . Enables rapid implementation, delivers predictable costs, and reduces total cost of ownership.

    . Comply with global data privacy regulations such as the U.S. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and European Union Data Protection Directive.