Data Loss Prevention: Keeping Sensitive Data out of the Wrong Hands
sponsored by Symantec Corporation

More and more, organizations are developing enterprise-wide approaches to governance, risk, and compliance. They create unified control sets that allow them to more easily demonstrate compliance to a myriad of regulations. Establishing unified procedures for gathering and documenting data reduces the need to ask the same questions of the same people. DLP solutions play an integral part in determining where data truly is and, thus, where companies need to position resources to conform to their chosen approach.

In this white paper by Price Waterhouse Coopers learn more about:

  • Scenarios which may cause your company to experience a costly data breach
  • Four key components to any successful DLP program
  • How a well-architected DLP program can help you

Point solutions don't work. For data loss prevention (DLP) to be effective, companies must decide on the right strategy, engage the right people, target the right data, and employ the right technology.
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