Google’s New “No Chrome Browser Injection Policy” Has No Impact on Digital Guardian’s DLP Capabilities
Digital Guardian was founded to protect intellectual property on the endpoint from purposeful theft or accidental loss. Since then we have significantly expanded that mission to include cloud inspection, network inspection, EDR, and UEBA, but the deep visibility into system, user and data events continues to be a reason why many organizations deploy Digital Guardian.
The last installment of our Top Challenges of GDPR series provides guidance for designating a data protection officer and setting them up for success.
Part 5 of our Top Challenges of GDPR series provides tips for implementing a key requirement of GDPR: privacy by design and default.
The fourth installment of our Top 5 GDPR Challenges series offers tips for complying with the GDPR’s strict data breach notification requirements.
The third post in our Top 5 GDPR Challenges series focuses on how to meet the GDPR's requirements for data confidentiality and protection.
The first post in our 5 Challenges of GDPR series focuses on the steps organizations need to take to achieve compliance in a world where end users have more rights to their data.
Tackling these five challenges early will help ensure that your GDPR compliance efforts are successful.
Our Definitive Guide to Data Classification series concludes with guidance on how to set yourself up to succeed and keep your sensitive data safe.
Part 4 in our Definitive Guide to Data Classification series offers tips for getting organizational support for your data classification program.