E-Book: Data Loss Prevention - Protect Information and Reduce Data Breach Risks

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In an ever-connected and data-reliant world, information security risks are aplenty. It’s never been more important for organizations to ensure their data security strategies are effective, productive and well-aligned.

However, security threats can take various guises and strike at any moment. For example, data loss as a result of emails sent to incorrect recipients accounted for 15% of all non-cyber personal data breaches last year, according to the Information Commissioner’s Office. With over 124 billion business emails sent per day, this represents a real risk to organizations where a simple mistake of a data leak can potentially lead to regulatory scrutiny.

Read this whitepaper to:

  • Learn how best to secure and manage your data, so it doesn’t end up part of a breach
  • Minimize the impact of a breach by implementing data segregation and email security policies
  • Decipher changing data protection regulations and understand what they mean for your organization
  • Arm yourself with the latest findings on the ever-changing threat landscape, data vulnerability and human error risk

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