DLP stands for data loss prevention. This term is used in relation to information technology and computing field. Data loss prevention is very useful to prevent the data breach in an effective manner. It is a very useful tool to detect, monitor and block the data that is sensitive in nature. It saves important data from getting leaked and filtered.
We provide our clients with DLP software at very affordable price and with complete guidance. This software will protect the sensitive data from getting leaked to unauthorized persons, which can be done accidentally or with an intention to cause harm to your work.
Mostly companies and organizations have very sensitive information in their systems such as financial information, patent or copyright information, crucial bank details and important transactions which if are accessed by someone with a malicious intent can cause serious damage to the company.
You can categorize DLP in various ways such as in the form of standard security measures like IDS, firewalls, antivirus softwares that can help in the protection of your system from outside threat. The next way is advanced security measures that use various algorithms to detect any abnormal access to the confidential information. Then there are designated DLP softwares and solutions that will prevent any unauthorized attempt to have access to the vital information that is at the risk of getting leaked.
The client requirement can vary as per their needs and the vitality of information in use. We are always there to assist you for any type of DLP solutions that are essential for your needs.
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Is you data protected
Examples of critical and confidential data types include:
- Intellectual Property: source code, product design documents, process documentation, internal price lists
- Corporate Data: Financial documents, strategic planning documents, due diligence research for mergers and acquisitions, employee information
- Customer Data: Social Security numbers, credit card numbers, medical records, financial statements
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