A Practical Approach to DLP: Dive in!

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DLP projects have tended to founder in complexity – and a lot of that is the discussion of hypothetical cases: what if we find this? How should we escalate or define a process if we find that? But many organizations report that what they find with DLP technology is often very different from what they thought they would. So instead of wasting time planning for contingencies that quite likely won't occur, instead dive in – look for the data that matters to the business, and only the most important instances at first. Monitor communications, and quickly you will learn what is really going on. Armed with that information, then you can partner effectively with the business to determine whether and how to affect changes and properly manage any risk.

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David Thompson,  Director of Product Management, Websense

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Websense, Inc. (NASDAQ: WBSN), a global leader in integrated Web, data and email security solutions, provides Essential Information Protection for more than 44 million employees at organizations worldwide. Distributed through its global network of channel partners, Websense software and hosted security solutions help organizations block malicious code, prevent the loss of confidential information and enforce Internet use and security policies.

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