Protected health information, financial data and other sensitive corporate information are exchanged regularly, as companies communicate throughout the day to patients, customers, business associates and vendors. Email encryption can be used to protect sensitive data in transmission, but what if email shouldn't be sent in the first place?
Even if you exhaust your employee training options, mistakes are going to happen. Data loss prevention (DLP) can identify and minimize that risk and protect your company from the associated costs - fraud protection, regulatory fines and potential civil lawsuits.
Download this whitepaper to explore:
- Real world email DLP use cases
- The advantages of single application DLP
- DLP solution deployment options