Data Loss Prevention system or DLP system is one of the most indispensable system in our IT-Industry. Most of our clients, auditors are keen to understand how we are implementing this DLP and how they will be benefitted with this. As per my personal experience I have seen many auditors/legal teams spending innumerable hours on understanding DLP. Let us discuss in brief about what DLP is and how we can implement it in the current digital transformation phase.
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