Deploying data security need not be complex, expensive or ineffective.
Data Loss Preventions or DLP implementations are expected to surge in the year ahead.
The theft of intellectual property (IP) is driving the need more than
compliance requirements, as organizations are realizing that DLP can protect competitive advantages and prevent espionage by securing business plans, product roadmaps and other confidential information.
So, while most organizations are not looking forward to deploying DLP, they recognize that they must.
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Proactive companies are protecting their iP and other confidential information through a combination of encryption services, digital rights management and DLP controls. however, they might not be protecting enough, narrowly defining iP as patents, trademarks and information that a legal team would protect.
IP can also include operational information, plans, forecasts and working bids for future business. in fact, any information that provides competitive advantage can be considered IP.
This whitepaper describes the shortest path to reaching the prevention stage of data loss and data theft incidents without bringing data flows to a halt.