Enterprise network content monitoring best practices

Enterprise network content monitoring best practices

Date: Dec 14, 2011

From data loss prevention to database activity monitoring and digital rights management, there are a bewildering variety of technologies available to help you protect your organization’s data.

 In this webcast, we take a strategic look at enterprise network content monitoring and help you develop an appropriate set of controls for your organization. 

Specific topics covered in this webcast include:

• Identifying the goals of your enterprise content monitoring program
• Using data loss prevention technology to prevent accidental or intentional leaks of sensitive information
• Deploying database activity monitoring to detect unusual and/or unauthorized activity
• Creating an electronic safe for your content with digital rights management
• Putting together the pieces to develop a solid enterprise content monitoring solution

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  • document sanitization

    Definition - In addition to making sure the document text doesn’t openly divulge anything it shouldn’t, document sanitization includes removing document metadata that could pose a privacy or security risk.
  • metadata security

    Definition - Metadata is defined as “data about data.” It adds information to data that makes it possible to process it automatically and to effectively find, categorize, share and reuse it, among other things. However, metadata that is accessed by unauthorized parties can pose a significant risk to businesses.
  • sensitive information

    Definition - Sensitive information is data that must be protected from unauthorized access to safeguard the privacy or security of an individual or organization.
  • document metadata

    Definition - Document metadata is information attached to a text-based file that may not be visible on the face of the document; documents may also contain supporting elements such as graphic images, photographs, tables and charts, each of which can have its own metadata.

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