Data Loss Prevention (DLP)

Data Loss Prevention (DLP) is a term used to describe the process of monitoring and protecting data stored on computers and networks from unauthorized access, use, modification, disclosure, or deletion. DLP technology enables organizations to control, identify, and protect information stored on computers. It is often used to reduce the risk of data breaches, theft, and other security threats.

Data Loss Prevention technology typically works by scanning files, emails, and networks to identify sensitive data in use or in transit. The system then applies policies to protect the data and records activity related to the data for possible security incidents. Organizations use DLP policy engines to monitor a variety of activities such as network traffic, configuration changes, file transfer protocols (FTPs) usage and email usage.

DLP solutions typically include features such as encryption, user access control, data archiving, activity monitoring and reporting, and security incident response. Additionally, many DLP solutions allow organizations to customize policies and settings to meet their specific security needs.

Adopting DLP technology is important for any organization that is responsible for any type of sensitive data, such as personally identifiable information (PII), financial records, or intellectual property. Without proper DLP measures in place, organizations are at an increased risk of costly data breaches and associated repercussions.

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