Find out how to keep your organization free of data leaks
Download our whitepaper “Keep your organization free of data leaks” and learn the best practices to protect your data.
"Accidents happen so easily"
A total of 160,921 personal data leaks have been notified by organisations, from May 25th 2018 to January 27th of 2020, according to DLA Piper. The Netherlands, Germany and the United Kingdom had the most reported data leaks, with 40,647, 37,636 and 22,181 respectively.
Regulations like the GDPR state that the exchange of privacy-sensitive data, including by email, must be done correctly. By being compliant with these standards, you not only prevent a data breaches, but you don't have to experience the annoying consequences of a data leak.
But where to start? We have 3 best practices for you that will help you prevent data leaks.
You will learn:
What you as an organisation should pay attention to
The 3 pillars that will help you prevent data breaches
And, which functionalities are important to achieve this