Date Added: Oct 2009
Data leakage is one of the most pressing security issues faced by nearly every organization. From stolen credit card numbers, to lost health care records, to leaks of intellectual property and trade secrets, data leaks dominate the security headlines on nearly a daily basis. And although there are a variety of approaches and tools available to limit leaks, the marketplace is confusing with conflicting messages, overlapping product feature sets, and no shortage of hype and fear-based marketing. In this Thought Leadership Roundtable the presenters will cut through the hyperbole and present practical strategies for reducing data leaks. From securing content repositories, databases and discovering stored sensitive data, to preventing network leaks and tracking user activity.