How the Public Sector Can Prevent Costly Data Losses

How the Public Sector Can Prevent Costly Data Losses Businesses are faced with an assortment of security risks. Among the most prevalent risks are network attacks and infected computing systems (servers and end-user endpoints). The consequences of loss of use - that is, network failures and out-of commission computing systems - are just too great for any business to ignore. In practice, most businesses have taken appropriate steps to avoid loss of use incidents by utilizing a variety of purpose-built security technologies such as firewalls, Intrusion Detection Systems/Intrusion Prevention Systems (IDS/IPS), and anti-virus/malware software.

But what about the data that is flowing within and out of these networks and computing systems? Isn't that where the true value of most businesses exists - the building blocks of competitiveness and the lifeblood of effective communication and collaboration? Shouldn't the data itself be protected from loss too? The answer, of course, is yes.

This white paper will help you:

  • Efficiently tackle areas prone to data loss in a proactive manner
  • Effectively enforce data sharing policies and privacy regulations enterprise-wide
  • Enable your employees to identify and mitigate data loss incidents in real-time



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