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Identifying and Preventing the Top Data Security Threats of 2011

Guide to identify the biggest, most damaging threats and to learn what can be done to prevent them.

In order to ensure a secure environment in the business and personal world, the first step is to properly identify the biggest, most common and most damaging threats and learn what can be done to prevent them. Based on the frequent security breach news, the many reports and surveys published throughout 2010 and our own expertise and ability to identify trends, Endpoint Protector has determined the biggest data and network security threats most companies will have to face in the year to come.

The key takeaways from this whitepaper:

  • Top threats of 2011
    Insider threats and social engineering are some of the described threats.

  • Countermeasures for the attack vectors
    How to mitigate internal threats and reduce data leakage risks.

  • The role of education in data security
    Employees can be your allies or your enemies, depending on hoe well-informed they are

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