Symantec DLP 16 provides a host of new capabilities that will make networks safer and the lives of DLP administrators easier, including enhanced incident response, improved compliance, high-speed discovery, and enhanced and new support for non-Windows platforms.
Learn more about Symantec DLP 16, in this exclusive webinar featuring, experts Brad Ahlf, (Account Director and Solution Architect, Broadcom), Joshua Johnson (Inside Solutions Engineer, Symantec Enterprise Division, Broadcom), and Edwin Davis, (Senior Cybersecurity Solutions Architect, Aurora).
Symantec DLP 16 supports Zero Trust by combining device location (network status), user risk, data discovery, and consistent, unified policies that allow dynamic data access decisions to be taken. The work-from-home environment has posed serious challenges for organizations to maintain visibility on user activities. Zero Trust has now become a priority, which is evident from the $1 million USD data breach costs attributed to those who did not deploy a Zero Trust architecture.
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