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Most organizations have taken appropriate steps to address security risks by utilizing a variety of technologies such as firewalls, IDS/IPS and anti-virus/malware software; but what about the data that is flowing within and out of your networks and systems? Shouldn’t the data itself be protected from loss?
Research shows that most organizations and SMBs do not have a data loss prevention solution deployed despite the overriding need and concern about data loss. This begs the question:
• Do you know where your confidential data is?
• Which data loss channels are most in need of protection?
• Which technologies will maximize compliance with data privacy regulations & provide the best protection against data breaches?
InfoSight will help you answer these questions by identifying, monitoring and protecting your confidential data wherever it is stored or in transit. Whether you have to protect what's important to others, need to protect what's important to your business, or a combination of the two, organizations like yours are facing a daunting task in preventing data loss.
Fortunately, InfoSight offers comprehensive coverage of confidential data across all endpoint, network and storage systems. We help you prevent data breaches, stop data leakage, demonstrate compliance and reduce the risk of external attacks and insider threats whether they originate from accidental misuse or malicious acts.
By measurably reducing risk, you can have the confidence you need to demonstrate compliance while protecting your customers, brand, and intellectual property.
Take a proactive step to prevent data loss today. With InfoSight, you can have a complete DLP strategy that's easy to set up, practical and effective enabling you to protect your security budget as well as your organization's sensitive data.
Contact us for help on how to most effectively and efficiently reduce your risk of a security breach and meet information privacy regulations.
Technology alone is not the answer to data loss. Technology cannot comprehend the contextual subtleties of each employee's job duties to make reliably informed, on-the-spot decisions about when and why sensitive data should flow, be quarantined for further consideration, or be blocked. Information Security Awareness Training must be part of every data loss prevention solution as well.
Data Loss Prevention (DLP) describes efforts to detect and prevent the unauthorized transmission of confidential data to anyone outside the organization. DLP involves creating safeguards and warning systems that prevent the accidental misuse of sensitive information, but it also includes the ability to identify and block intentional acts. DLP is an integral part of any organization’s Information Risk Management strategy.
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Did you know?
• More electronic records were breached in 2009 than the previous four years combined.
• 84% of organizations surveyed suffered at least one data breach in a 12-month period. 44% suffered between 2-5 breaches.
• The financial industry accounts for 93 % of all breaches.
• 65% of the cost of a data breach is due to lost business.
• There is an average lapse of 156 days between the initial breach and detection.
• The inside threat is a greater threat than the outside threat.
• 73% of employees admit to stealing confidential company information.
• Most breaches were found avoidable if proper precautions had been taken.