Taking Back Control of Information Flow - Why Organizations Should Implement DLP
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Overview: Recent volatility on financial markets has raised many questions about how the global economy will recover from the downturn. Many organizations and individuals fear a deep impact on our economies, and the crisis could last longer than just a few months. In such a depressed environment, organizations and individuals must maintain key protective actions: business continuity, data security, and robust IT are the foundations of a recovering economy. No trade-off is possible on security, and organizations must stay carefully focused on their own security during times of turmoil. In a crisis, the robustness of an organization is challenged from all sides. The challenges of the downturn itself, of agile and aggressive competition, hacker attacks, and the misuse of IT are bringing complexity to daily business life.
How can organizations deal with this pressure? One of the many responses to this question is with robust IT and data, which appears to be the key strength for a safe recovery. Many areas need to be protected and ruggedized: IT infrastructure must be resilient, seamless, and adaptive; applications must be available and free of breaches; access to information must be easy but strictly filtered; and the use of connected IT must comply with internal and external regulations. Read why IDC expert analyst Eric Domage believes data loss prevention is essential for organizations in today’s difficult economy.