Digital Guardian’s data protection capabilities go well beyond traditional DLP – watch our latest video demos to learn how our Advanced Threat Protection provides unparalleled visibility and behavior-based detection of advanced attacks.
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Welcome to the first in a series of blogs highlighting Digital Guardian’s recently released eBook, The Definitive Guide to Data Loss Prevention. This post focuses on the commonly asked question of “Do I need DLP?” and covers the driving forces behind DLP adoption.
Digital Guardian is pleased to announce the release of the latest version of our industry leading data protection platform, adding functionality for both the management console and endpoint agent. This release further enhances Digital Guardian’s ability to protect sensitive data anywhere, anytime as the volume of sensitive data expands and the digital economy's reliance on data grows.
How many Macs do you have in your company and your data protection program? Watch this video demo to learn about Digital Guardian Data Loss Prevention for Mac environments.
Intellectual property takes serious work to create and requires a smart solution for protection. Watch this video demo to learn how Digital Guardian secures IP in a variety of forms.
Watch this video demo to see how Digital Guardian defends against targeted phishing attacks.
Watch this video demo to see how Digital Guardian protects data from insider threats.
Flash has long been a favorite target for attackers; but with Adobe revising strategy, how long before Flash-free is a reality?
Competitive forces in the pharmaceutical industry have led to increased intellectual property theft. As this trend continues, pharmaceutical companies and manufacturers of all industries must focus on protecting the sensitive data that their competitive advantage is built on.
Today marks the end of support for Microsoft Internet Explorer versions 8, 9, and 10. What does this mean for browser security?