In an increasing digital and interconnected world, data has become the new most valuable asset. Companies need to be able to share and work with data for overall company success. Those that find a way to do this quickly and securely will win. Failure to protect data will dramatically impact trust and sidetrack company priorities.
Despite the clear importance of protecting data, determining security strategy for an organization is still a challenging and multi-stage activity: CISOs and security leaders are aware of an endless list of potential threats and areas for improvement. At the end of the day, a risk-based approach is the most common practice and its foundation is trusted and objective benchmarks. The focus on data security may be a bedrock of security, but the migration to cloud based collaboration has fundamentally changed the approach to protecting data, controlling access, and detecting both accidental exposure and malicious theft.
This 2-page Business Impact Brief on The Need for Cloud-Native DLP, by the analyst team of 451 Research, provides a data-driven perspective on what is driving DLP decision for today and future needs: from the impact of business trends like SaaS, which is becoming the most common architectural option for the modern company (even beyond IaaS and PaaS) to the fact that users are the weakest link of cloud collaboration security - this paper succinctly describes why you should enhance your DLP program in 2021 and what important considerations you should include in that effort.
451 Research is a global research and advisory firm, part of S&P Global, the world’s foremost provider of credit ratings, benchmarks, and analytics in the global markets. The 451 Research division is focused on data-driven insights to empower IT, security leaders and financial professionals with intelligence, expertise and data on high-growth emerging technology segments. 451 Research’s staff are seasoned industry analysts and cover a variety of technology and industry segments including cloud computing, data center technologies, artificial intelligence and machine learning.
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