Turn Data Loss Problems into Data Loss Prevention

One of the biggest challenges for IT Security departments is the threat of authorized users causing inadvertent data breaches. Confidential data sent to the wrong people can result in embarrassing headlines, lost business, and large financial penalties. To address this concern, organizations are increasingly turning to data loss prevention (DLP) solutions to protect and control the disclosure of sensitive information. Yet most DLP solutions overlook the most important aspect of security: the user.

Join former Nokia Global IT Manager, Corporate IT Security Ben Carr, and TITUS CEO Tim Upton on October 30, to discover how to leverage your secret weapon (your users) to avoid costly data breaches.

In this live, interactive webinar, increase your awareness of the risks, challenges and solutions of protecting your organization’s sensitive information.

Take away actionable steps on:

  • How to prevent data breaches
  • Current data-loss threats & solutions
  • Best practices for educating users on proper data handling
  • Strengthening your DLP by leveraging your secret weapon

Turn data loss problems into data loss prevention. Don’t wait for a potentially catastrophic data breach. Register Today!

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