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Data Leak Prevention
By: Bloor Research
Published: March 2009
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The current stress in the worldwide economy has manifested itself in many ways. As well as macro economic upheaval and the challenges it presents the public and private sector, more practical and localised issues are appearing, including the increase risk to businesses of data loss.

Previous work at Bloor Research has underpinned the significance of the inside threat to data loss. Whilst this problem has often been attributed to the "incompetent and non-malicious" user releasing data by mistake the increasing numbers of disaffected white-collar knowledge workers being made redundant is seeing an increase in "competent and malicious" data loss incidents.

For the purposes of this market update the following product areas have been covered:

  • Data leak prevention
  • Endpoint level data leak prevention
  • Network level data leak prevention
  • Data loss protection
  • Digital rights management
  • Data loss prevention

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