DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "World Data Loss Prevention Market - Opportunities and Forecast, 2014 - 2022" report to their offering.
Data loss prevention (or DLP) refers to the strategy that ensures end-users do not exchange or send critical data outside their corporate plexus. Term DLP, is also used to illustrate software products that empowers network administrators to put a check on what sensitive data end-users can exchange or transfer. These software products apply business precept to categorize and safeguard confidential and sensitive data so that unaccredited end-users cannot share information as such revelation could put a company at risk.
The emergence of DLP technology provides both information technology and security staff a complete 360 degree perspective of a specific location, circulation and utilization of information across the company. For those concerned about lost revenues, fines, lost revenues etc. pertaining to data breaches, DLP puts all the opportunities of theft to rest. Enterprises concerned about their next audit and intend to maintain data compliance with complicated regulation trust DLP technology. The technology is boon for those trying to safeguard their proprietary data against security breaches caused by enhanced staff mobility and advent of innovative channels. Success of sensitive data protection in cloud and virtual models has created new opportunities for data loss prevention technology.
Besides this, growing internet penetration rate and high dependency on the communication channel has attracted the attention of many hackers. Therefore, surge in data breach cases and need to remit these risks have contributed to the significant growth of the market over the coming years. Corporate race for meeting compliance as well as regulatory mandate too have contributed to the market growth. Demand shift towards personal and public cloud, are also boosting up the requirement for DLP technology.
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