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Market Overview: Data Loss Prevention

DLP Suite Adoption Holds Steady As DLP Becomes A Feature And Managed Services Offer An Attractive Option

May 2, 2016

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Policies to control data use and movement require enforcement mechanisms. Data loss prevention (DLP) capabilities give security and risk (S&R) professionals the means to enforce those policies and prevent sensitive data exposure. Today, S&R pros can source DLP capabilities in a variety of ways. This report examines the factors driving renewed interest in DLP, the state of DLP suite adoption, and the pros and cons of different approaches of bringing DLP capabilities into the enterprise.

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Table of Contents

  • Data Loss Prevention Enforces Policies For Sensitive Data
  • Adoption Of DLP Solution Suites Remains Steady
  • The DLP Market Expands In Three Dimensions
  • Recommendations

  • Future-Proof Your DLP Approach With Data Identity
  • What It Means

  • DLP As A Feature Will Feed Into Automating Breach Response
  • Supplemental Material
  • Related Research Documents

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