Organizations use DLP to protect and secure their data and comply with regulations (GDPR). The DLP term refers to defending organizations against both data loss and data leakage prevention. Data loss refers to an event in which important data is lost to the enterprise, such as in a ransomware attack.
Protect data, online and offline content
An organization may classify data as Restricted, Private or Public. In this instance, public data represents the least-sensitive data with the lowest security requirements, while restricted data is in the highest security classification and represents the most sensitive data.
“Restricted data (or could be called, the Company Crown Jewels) can be for example: financial data and R&D data.”
Data classification is the key to identify sensitive data. Restrict access to this content and monitor access.
Build a DLP policy
- Identify sensitive information across many locations
- Prevent the accidental sharing of sensitive information.
- Monitor and protect sensitive information
- Help users learn how to stay compliant without interrupting their workflow.
DLP can be implemented in many online services like Microsoft Office 365 and being monitored by these online services. Provide full reporting!
Implement DLP measures to avoid Data-loss
Security Taskforce helps supply the necessary tests to protect your internal network and cloud infrastructure. To align with regulations like GDPR.
We specialize in Dataloss Protection and pentesting and also do security audits for companies and institutions, we report on the security status and give you clear, practical report for improvement.