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Managing traffic: Keeping your content where it belongs
As business needs demand that customers and partners receive sensitive enterprise data, there is an increased urgency to protect outbound messaging content. From intellectual property theft to compromised customer data, the loss of confidential data threatens an organization financially and legally. In fact, 8 out of 10 SearchSecurity.com and Information Security readers thought protection against information leakage was an important feature for messaging platforms, according to a recent survey. Worse yet, one-third of readers said they don't have an effective strategy.
About the author:
Mike Rothman is president and principal analyst of Security Incite, an industry analyst firm in Atlanta.
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