Two things we know for sure. Data will continue to grow, and it will always be at risk. IT organizations across multiple industries are challenged to maintain data security and integrity at a time of relentless cyberattacks, increased regulatory oversight, the prevalence of hybrid in-office and remote work environments, and demand for continuous data access across a multitude of devices and networks.
Data Loss Prevention (DLP) is a must. New risks and digital transformation are forcing companies to think differently about DLP today. Finding the right solution that seamlessly fits your needs and facilitates an easy migration might seem elusive, regardless of whether it’s a replacement for a legacy DLP or your very first DLP deployment. IT professionals will put off leaving sub-par legacy DLP solutions because of nightmarish stories or previous frustrations about migrating to a different DLP solution. After all, it’s not just deploying a new data security application. You’re transitioning policies and incident response programs and processes into a new vendor’s product and paradigm for data loss prevention. That’s why many in IT think the risks outweigh the rewards of DLP migration and, therefore, continue struggling along with their current, frustrating DLP solution.