Deploying a Data Protection Program in less than 120 days: How Jabil did it



Be sure to sign up for our January webinar on how to quickly deploy a robust data protection program. You’ll learn how Jabil, a US-based global manufacturing company with over 175,000 employees worldwide, deployed a data protection program to over 40,000 users in less than 120 days.

Data protection is a primary concern for any company today. Both insider and outsider threats are continuously increasing and it’s getting harder and more complex to secure sensitive data. With so many potential threats and entry points, data protection solutions must make a comprehensive, end-to-end approach that begins by identifying valuable at-risk data and devising a continuous data protection strategy that accounts for every potential threat – before threats are even identified.

Jabil’s small security team was under pressure by senior management to mature their security program. With over 175,000 endpoints, the cooperation needed a concrete security system to secure its sensitive data from both internal and external threats.

Jabil had tried to implement data loss prevention programs in the past without much success. In this webinar, you’ll discover how Digital Guardian and Jabil were able to successfully deploy an innovative data protection program to successfully secure their sensitive data and mature their security posture. You’ll also learn some best practices for deploying a DLP program to help facilitate implementation so you can immediately begin seeing results. Watch our January webinar tomorrow at 12:00 ET to learn more about how Jabil was able to undergo such a significant transformation in securing their data: http://bit.ly/DLPin120Days.

Serdar Buyuksakayan

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