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The U.S. government established Data Privacy Day
four years ago. Unfortunately, a lot of the primary concerns that led them to
recognize the challenge of data privacy are either still here or are even
stronger. Businesses are encountering a barrage of data-stealing attempts daily.
From tarnished brand reputation to regulatory fines, the adverse impacts of these
breaches are clear. A single incident of data loss can erode a business's
competitive advantage, weaken consumer confidence and result in fines or
penalties from regulators.
Yesterday, I was discussing this with some peers.
Together we came up with a few best practices to help stop data breaches and
their damaging repercussions. Here are a few of the suggestions we came to
Ultimately, data breach prevention isn't just
about stopping data from escaping. An effective approach looks at monitoring
both inbound and outbound traffic to: distinguish and stop data stealing
attacks from getting in; assess in real-time and possibly take action to
prevent data moving out of your control; and do this in a manner that doesn't slow
down the legitimate communications that businesses need to function.
What is the single most effective action you have
taken to stop data loss in your organization?
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