Data security is not just important for organizations. Data protection comes into play on the personal computers, tablets, and mobile devices as it has moved to the cloud and accessed through the internet. Hackers know the importance of your information and they want to exploit this, stealing it by any means.
Data is an important asset to organisations of any size – no business is too large or too small to be vulnerable. Protecting intellectual capital, critical infrastructure, customer information and other regulated or proprietary data has long been a priority. And with the scale of the work from home (WFH) shift, brings serious implications on cyber security as millions of workers logging into their companies from home through the internet. Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) allows workers to tunnel into their company’s internal systems, yet this explosion also brings new vulnerabilities.
Individuals also need to keep their passwords, financial and other personal information safe and protected from outside intruders. Staying protected from data loss is a huge challenge that calls for a multilevel defence.
And with data on the move whether it’s on a flash drive, via email, in the cloud, or on personal mobile devices – at any of those stages it could be lost, stolen or held to ransom. Bad actors look for ways to get data for malicious purposes ranging from identity theft to corporate espionage.
Having adequate protection of desktop computers, laptops and mobile devices from hackers, malware, and other threats are essential to safeguard from criminals. Comodo’s Data Loss Prevention (DLP) solution provides data security and ensures data leak prevention whilst in motion, in use, and at rest.
Today organisations are focused on a layered defence approach of cybersecurity namely, people, processes, and technology – secure your data with Comodo’s DLP.