Countdown: Plugging the dam -- Understanding where and how content leaks

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In many cases, organizations have no idea that they've got standard business processes that not only enable, but also reward the inadvertent leakage of critical private content.

This expert Podcast counts down the top 5 different use cases in which data can leak as a result of outdated data handling policies, and what you can do to make sure these situations don't put your organization in an exposed position.

Listen to this Podcast and hear Mike Rothman, President and Principal Analyst, Security Incite, as he discusses effective ways for your company to prevent data and content leakage. Find out how keep your valuable company information from falling into the wrong hands and listen to this Podcast now.

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About the speaker:
Mike Rothman is president and principal analyst of Security Incite, an industry analyst firm in Atlanta.

This was first published in July 2007

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