Data Leakage Protection: Assess Risk and Safeguard Valuable Information
Data leakage protection is essential for today's dramatically-changing work environments. As organizations become less centralized, with more distributed sites and remote employees, the need for data leakage protection is greater than ever.
Cisco Data Loss Prevention (DLP) is a data leakage protection solution that helps organizations assess risk and prevent data loss over the highest points of risk. It safeguards proprietary information against security threats due to enhanced employee mobility, new communication channels, and diverse services. Cisco DLP includes:
Nick Lippis concludes his 6-part series on network security with the Special Edition Lippis Report on Data Loss Prevention, with a focus on Cisco's approach to protecting against data loss.
These whitepapers each provide an executive overview of a three-part global research series that examines data loss trends from the perspective of the employee and IT professional.
Cisco executives discuss global research that identifies employees' most common data leakage mistakes, their rationale for committing them, and describes the implications.
In the second part of the series on data loss, Cisco executives discuss research on the types of policies companies around the world have in place, how effective those policies are in preventing data loss.
In the third and final part of the series on data loss, Cisco executives discuss insight into the oftentimes criminal intentions from "insider threats" that can jeopardize corporate security.
Prevent Data Loss in the Enterprise
Important Survey Findings on Data Loss
Securing Your Data at Rest
Cisco IronPort S160Web Security Appliance (PDF - 1 MB)
Cisco IronPort S-Series Web Security Appliances (PDF - 1 MB)
Cisco IronPort Web Data Security and DLP Technology Overview (PDF - 251 KB)
Data Leakage Worldwide White Paper: The High Cost of Insider Threats
Data Leakage Worldwide: Common Risks and Mistakes Employees Make
Data Leakage Worldwide: The Effectiveness of Security Policies