mardi 13 juin 2017

Collaboration cloud services lead to a rise in data violations

Almost 10 percent of data loss prevention (DLP) violations come from collaboration services according to a new report. The study from cloud security company Netskope shows that as cloud services like HipChat and Slack have increased in popularity enterprises need to put policies in place to protect the information that’s shared. "Collaboration services are quickly displacing more traditional ways of communication and collaboration like email, and with that means that more data is being shared inside of those services," says Sanjay Beri, founder and CEO, Netskope. "It's critical that organizations implement solutions that afford real-time visibility and control, data loss… [Continue Reading]

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