The most effective data protection programs focus on understanding users’ intentions to prevent data loss before it happens. We call this human-centric cybersecurity approach.

Our guide describes nine steps that hospitals can take to be successful in implementing DLP. It also includes tips and suggestions on topics such as:





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Hospitals use more often Data Loss Prevention (DLP) solutions. This is mainly due to the growing awareness of the risk of data breaches. DLP helps to protect data from breaches and supports the proper use of patient data and transparent reporting. Another advantage of DLP solutions is the secure access of hospital staff to patient and medical data from remote endpoints.

When assessing DLP options, it is important to understand that not all solutions are created equally. It is not technology alone that makes DLP successful. The results depend more on the extent to which the capabilities of the solution support the goals and the data protection strategy (traditional or risk-adapted). Learn more about creating a data protection strategy and choosing a DLP solution for your organization.





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