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Maturing Your DLP Strategy for Today’s Threats

As new technologies emerge, so do new ways to exploit systems and data. Social networks are a prime example, becoming a new avenue for cybercriminals to use tactics like social engineering to trick users into opening malware-rigged attachments. In this expert resource, uncover how social networking is impacting data loss prevention (DLP) strategies and explore eight key questions to ask your vendor to help mature your DLP solution.

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