Employee send sensitive data
When a user tries to share sensitive data...
How does it work Protergo Data-Loss Prevention?
DLP detects sensitive content
As the employee enters sensitive information such as an example PPS or credit card numbers, DLP will detect it.
User is notified
User is notified through a policy tip that the message he/she is trying to send contains sensitive information.
Email is sent to the correct recipient
Thanks to the policy tip, the user is now notified that the email contains sensitive information and can ensure the recipient is correct before hitting send.
What happens if the email is sent to the wrong recipient?
Mistakes can happen, we are humans after all.
DLP will detect that the message is being sent to unauthorized users and will block or protect the message with IRM.
Management will be notified
Early actions can then be taken and further escalations can then be prevented.
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