Four steps to guard against data leakage from the endpoint

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Four steps to guard against data leakage from the endpoint

The influx of inexpensive storage media — from MP3 players and PDAs to USB thumb drives and external hard drives — in today's enterprise facilitates the dissemination of information further and further away from the enterprise core, and attackers are writing increasingly complex, customised malicious code designed to compromise a company's proprietary information.

In this seemingly chaotic environment, data security has become one of the primary challenges facing all organizations as managers consider how to properly secure data throughout its lifecycle as both a security and compliance best practices measure. This concern is not unfounded. The recent ...

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