by M86 Security
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Published on: September 17, 2010
Type of content: EGUIDE
Length: 7 pages
Collaborative, interactive nature of Web 2.0 technology has great appeal for business, and companies of all sizes and verticals are taking full advantage of social networking sites, free online services and other collaborative Web 2.0 platforms.
While this interactivity is both exciting and motivating, losses in productivity, vulnerabilities to data leaks, and inherent increased security risks in Web 2.0 are a triple threat to enterprises. CISOs must find the delicate balance between security and the business need for these tools and enable their use in such a way that reduces the risk of data loss and reputational harm.
Read on to learn how to implement security tools that monitor, prevent, alert, encrypt and quarantine data from leaving your network.