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Data loss prevention technology from Mimecast
Data loss due to leaks can be a disaster for your organization, but the right data loss prevention technology can put an end to leaks once and for all.
Nearly all of your business-critical information today exists in digital form – which means it can be easily attached to an email and sent to contacts outside the organization. Whether the leak is inadvertent or malicious, the loss of sensitive material like customer lists, financial data and intellectual property can be devastating.
The right data loss prevention technology can stop leaks by blocking email from leaving the organization. But choosing the right data loss prevention (DLP) solution is paramount. To avoid adding additional resources and staff, your data loss prevention technology must be easy to deploy, use and maintain. To make sure you're preventing leaks at every level, your data leak prevention software must monitor email throughout the organization, in every geographic location and in every department. And to ensure accuracy and avoid false positives, your DLP solutions must provide granular control over data protection policies.
That's why, when choosing data loss prevention technology, more companies worldwide turn to email data security software from Mimecast.
Mimecast offers data loss prevention technology as part of an all-in-one subscription service that includes solutions for email security, archiving and continuity. Offered as a SaaS-based subscription service, Mimecast significantly reduces the cost and complexity of managing email and data loss prevention technology.
Mimecast's data loss prevention software scans all outgoing email, using managed dictionaries and fuzzy hash document fingerprinting to identify potential leaks in email content and attachments. Administrators can set granular content and DLP policies that determine how sensitive material in email is treated. Depending on the policy, an email containing sensitive content may either be blocked, held for review by administrators, since to the recipient with added security, or sent with additional content such as legal disclaimers and branding.
With Mimecast's data loss prevention technology, you can:
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