Data Loss Prevention

The Evolution of DLP

The concept of data loss prevention (DLP) has evolved and grown at an unprecedented pace over the last decade. In the beginning, cyber security pioneers began developing technology to help organizations understand what information was leaving their network. Though well-intentioned, customers and providers soon realized that this would not be a simple challenge to solve. Existing traditional DLP solutions inabilities to effectively deliver on-demand stunted the growth of the domain, and it slipped off of the radar of relevance within the cyber security industry. Though companies consistently continued to spend money on the latest technology, it became a fad that seemed to deliver more noise and false positives than value to organizations. Originally built on the premise that perimeter security can resolve most security issues, the technology further fell behind as Insider Threats, Ransomware, and additional risks spanning beyond data leakage continued to rise.

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Employee Monitoring Resources

3 Steps to Spotting Insider Risk

3 Steps to Spotting Insider Risk

Your employees have access to your organization’s most valuable data – customer detail, intellectual property, personally identifiable information (PII), vendors lists, bank accounts, financials, and more. When an employee no longer has the organization’s best...

How to Rebrand “Bossware” at Your Company

How to Rebrand “Bossware” at Your Company

How to Deploy Employee Monitoring Software with the Least Amount of Resistance Employee monitoring. Productivity software. Bossware. Whatever your employees call it, not everyone is thrilled with the idea that their company wants to track their activity. While...

Suspicious That Your Work-From-Home Employees Aren’t Productive?

Suspicious That Your Work-From-Home Employees Aren’t Productive?

How To Regain Visibility Into Your Remote Team's Productivity Do you have the nagging feeling that the people on your team that work from home are taking advantage of their newfound freedom? Perhaps they aren’t as responsive on Slack, or block off meeting times as...