Loss Prevention:

Policy:

A data loss prevention policy defines how organizations can share and protect data. It guides how data can be used in decision making without it being exposed to anyone who should not have access to it. Data loss prevention is broadly defined as technology or processes that: Identifies confidential data.

 

Technical Controls:

Data loss prevention (DLP), per Gartner, may be defined as technologies which perform both content inspection and contextual analysis of data sent via messaging applications such as email and instant messaging, in motion over the network, in use on a managed endpoint device, and at rest in on-premises file servers.

 

Solutions Life Cycle Management:

Data Lifecycle Management itself refers to a definition and through structuring the steps that are followed by information within the company to maximize its useful life. ... Through them, it is possible to collect data for analysis and trace it to the point of storage or cleaning.

 

Education/Training/Awareness:

Security awareness training is a strategy used by IT and security professionals to prevent and mitigate user risk. These programs are designed to help users and employees understand the role they play in helping to combat information security breaches.