Companies embracing cloud storage need to ensure those services are bound by the same or more security as traditional platforms. We look at the challenges of cloud data protection, best practices, and how DLP can help protect sensitive data on the move in this blog.
When it comes to Amazon Web Services, there are native offerings that organizations can implement to help protect information in the cloud, as well as best-in-breed tools like Digital Guardian, which can help extend your DLP coverage further.
Being able to scan your data can give you the full scope of where files exist and what needs to be properly secured. In this blog, we break down why it's a key part of data loss prevention, who uses data scanning, and why it's important.
Microsoft DLP, part of the larger Purview offering, can be a part of your organization's defensive strategy and complemented by Digital Guardian's enhanced offering.
Leveraging DLP with Digital Guardian Secure Collaboration can help organizations control their data regardless of where it lands.
Looking for a nDLP vs. eDLP cheat sheet? In this blog, we break down how network data loss prevention (nDLP) differs from endpoint data loss prevention (eDLP) and vice versa.
Considering DLP? In this blog, we look at a handful of factors to consider when selecting a solution.
Most companies understand the importance of data protection but don't always know how to implement an effective data loss prevention program. Here's a quick primer.
Implementing a DLP policy can help put safeguards around data in your organization. In this blog, we walk you through the steps to creating an effective DLP policy, including how to outline specifications around data classification, handling, and discovery.
Trying to find the right DLP solution for your organization? Learn how to get started with the latest tips for evaluating providers in this blog.
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