Case Studies

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Logibrix Technologies

Customer Challenges The application builds and intergrates the block of large plants was corrupted and had…
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Quorum IQ

Customer Challenges Quorum IQ is a REST API based multi-purpose app powered by Artificial Intelligence, helping…
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Pharma Industry

Customer Challenges Customer wanted to move the production workloads with large data from On-premise to Azure…
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Allianz Technologies

Customer Challenges Customer wanted to extend his On-premise datacentre to public cloud was searching for a…
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A Fine Start for Serverlt.com!

The availability of countless technologies out there has transformed the way enterprises of every size and…
Cyber Security Blog

What is DLP and How Can You Use It in Your Business?

Data loss prevention (DLP) is a strategy for enhancing data protection and preventing data breaches in the workplace. It prohibits end-users from transferring sensitive data outside of the network. DLP also refers to technologies that allow a network administrator to keep track of the data that end access permission and share. What exactly is DLP? Preventing Data Loss for Critical Business Information  DLP systems may be used to identify and prioritise data security. You may also utilise these solutions to check that your access policies comply with regulations like as HIPAA, GDPR, and PCI-DSS. DLP solutions can also provide alarms, enforce encryption, and isolate data in addition to basic detection. Other typical aspects of DLP systems are:  Monitoring- Tools for monitoring data and system access are available. Filtering – techniques can be used to restrict suspicious or unknown behaviour by filtering data streams. Reporting – tools aid with issue response and audits by providing logging and reporting. Observation –  Security teams can use technologies to discover vulnerabilities and unusual conduct, as well as give forensic context.
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