Data Loss Prevention (DLP)


What is DLP? DLP is a collection of procedures and tactics to stop sensitive and private data from leaving an organization or being sent without authorization. The objective is to prevent critical information such as proprietary, private, sensitive, and personal data from being lost, stolen, or even accidentally disclosed. The following article discusses how DLP works to prevent cyberattacks.

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Computer Science major at Fordham University. Working in the Office of Information Technology as an IT Risk Analyst Assistant.

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