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DLP Admin February 7, 2024

Data Loss Prevention

Data Loss Prevention (DLP) involves strategies and tools designed to identify, monitor, and protect data in use, in motion, and at rest to prevent unauthorized access and breaches. DLP solutions help organizations control and secure sensitive information such as personal identification information (PII), intellectual property, and financial data, mitigating the risk of accidental or intentional data exposure. 

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Features and

benefits of Data Loss Prevention

Sensitive Data Identification

Automatically classifies and locates sensitive data across the organization’s digital environment, ensuring comprehensive protection.

Policy Enforcement

Implements tailored policies to control the transfer, sharing, and usage of sensitive data based on regulatory compliance requirements and business needs. 

Real-time Monitoring and Blocking

Monitors data transactions in real-time, with the ability to block or alert on policy violations, preventing unauthorized data transfer or leakage. 

Encryption and Redaction

Secures sensitive data through encryption or redaction when in transit or shared externally, maintaining confidentiality. 

Incident Response and Reporting

Generates alerts and detailed reports on potential data loss incidents, facilitating rapid response and remediation efforts. 

Endpoint Protection

Extends data protection to endpoints, controlling the use of removable storage devices and the transfer of sensitive information outside the corporate network. 

Used Technologies

Content Discovery Tools
Scan and analyze data repositories to identify and classify sensitive information based on predefined criteria.
Network Traffic Analysis
Inspects data in motion across the network to detect and prevent unauthorized data transfers.
Endpoint Agents
Deployed on user devices to monitor and control data handling and transfer activities, ensuring compliance with DLP policies.
Data Encryption Technologies
Apply encryption to sensitive data to protect its confidentiality during transmission or storage.
Policy Management Platforms
Centralized consoles for defining, managing, and enforcing DLP policies across the organization's infrastructure.
Threats Attacks
Accidental Data Exposure
Malicious Insider Threats:
Phishing Attacks
Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs)
Cloud Data Leakage

Case Studies

Challenges you may remediate with Perception point

Preventing Accidental Data Leakage
An employee attempts to send an email containing sensitive customer information to an external party. The DLP system intercepts the email, alerts the employee, and blocks the transmission, preventing potential data exposure and reinforcing the importance of data protection policies... Read More
Insider Threat Mitigation

A DLP solution detects unusual data access patterns by an employee, suggesting potential exfiltration of intellectual property. Immediate investigation and response prevent the data from being leaked, highlighting the effectiveness of DLP in identifying and mitigating insider threats.Read More


Compliance with Regulatory Standards

An organization facing strict regulatory requirements for data protection leverages DLP to ensure sensitive data is adequately safeguarded. The solution’s comprehensive monitoring and reporting capabilities enable the organization to demonstrate compliance during audits, avoiding potential fines and reputational damage... Read More

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