White Papers & Ebooks
A collection of White Papers & Ebooks, helping you to discover the data security threats and solutions.
Data Loss Prevention (DLP) tools have become an essential part of data protection strategies. Highly flexible and adaptable to any company size, DLP solutions can be tailored to different needs and support compliance efforts with new data protection regulations. This whitepaper outlines the best practices companies should adopt when implementing DLP tools.
In the last two decades, Macs gradually entered the workplace, first as a specialized tool for creatives and, increasingly, as a device of choice in the enterprise. Its rise owes much to the introduction of policies that allowed employees to use their own devices in the workplace or to choose their work technology.
Companies in the legal industry collect and use highly sensitive data as part of the services they offer. Thus, there is a lot at stake for them in terms of damages in case a data leak or data loss occurs. These include litigation strategies, lost billable hours, and irreparable damage to reputation and client relationships.
For companies in the technology sector, intellectual property is often their most valuable asset. Data can also be at the core of what a technology company owns. With stricter compliance requirements under data protection laws and consumers becoming more aware of how companies use their data, it is essential to ensure that sensitive information is protected.
Insurance providers work with sensitive data, which makes them popular targets for cyberattacks. To ensure the safety of customers’ personal information and other sensitive data, insurance companies have to follow strict data protection requirements and implement robust cybersecurity practices, otherwise, they could face considerable fines for non-compliance.
The healthcare sector is among the most affected by data breaches on a global level and it is essential for organizations operating within this sector to ensure the safe handling of data. Collected in high volume and often stored on vulnerable systems, health information is a highly sensitive category of data.
The importance and sensitivity of the information that finance and banking institutions collect have been acknowledged even before the advent of digital records. With the growing amount of digital data, privacy and security concerns are also increasing, while preventing a data breach is becoming a more complex challenge.
The amount of data that enterprises collect is increasing and the challenges of preventing breaches are becoming more complex. Data Loss Prevention (DLP) solutions are gaining momentum as enterprises look to reduce the risk of sensitive data leaking outside the company. This whitepaper is intended to outline the importance of a DLP solution for enterprises.
For many organizations, GDPR is a scary acronym. Two years after coming into effect have passed and some of them are still far from being compliant. The day when the new EU General Data Protection Regulation will come into effect is fast approaching and many of them are far from being compliant. In May 2018, the new GDPR will be applicable to all organizations and companies that control or process personal data related to a resident of the European Union. This ebook’s purpose is to help take some of the pressure for organizations, by offering guidelines on operational tactics for the preparation for GDPR.
There is a myth related to Data Loss Prevention that says it is really complex and difficult to implement. It goes to say that in the end, the DLP solution is left out of the IT security strategy, or in the best case scenario, it is considered a low priority.
Endpoint Protector Data Loss Prevention proves the contrary, with an out-of-the-box, cross-platform solution that can be up and running in less than 30 days.