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Understanding Data Loss Prevention (DLP)

Understanding Data Loss Prevention (DLP)

Data Loss is one of the biggest security challenges faced by companies today. This pose significant risks to the organization in terms of compliance to regulations, financial and reputational risk that can result from a breach of confidential data.   Organization needs to find ways to protect their data and keep customer’s data secure through.  Data Loss Prevention (DLP) systems is one of the method used for this. It helps organizations to identify, monitor, and protect data in use and in transit.

The workshop will focus on the following topics:

Overview of data prevention.

The need for data loss prevention.
The risk of Data Loss to the organization.
A look at leading data loss prevention systems.
Understand and learn to implement Data Loss Prevention Solutions to meet the data protection needs.
Implement DLP systems with Security Information and Events Management (SIEM) systems.
How to combine it with User Entity Behavioural Analyses (UEBA).
Understand the Security Orchestration and Automation (SOAR) solutions.

Who Should Attend
Security Risk Managers
Security Engineers
Information Security Managers.
Information Security Directors.
All other security professionals who want to be kept up to date.

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