Data Loss Prevention 2.0: Preventing the loss of confidential information via webmail, Facebook, wikis and blogs

Data Loss Prevention 2.0: Preventing the loss of confidential information via webmail, Facebook, wikis and blogs

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In today's technology rich environment organizations are finding that employees often post sensitive company information to insecure or public Internet sites using Web 2.0 applications such as webmail, popular social networking, blog postings, Wikis, and other web applications. For most enterprises, widespread use of Web 2.0 applications increase the risk of data breaches, compliance failures, and loss of intellectual property, but the thought of turning them off can cause even more problems. What can organizations do to mitigate the risk in a Web 2.0 world?
Vendor:
Code Green Networks, Inc.
Posted:
09 Nov 2009
Published
09 Nov 2009
Format:
PDF
Length:
5 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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