Data loss prevention software is designed to monitor data and detect and prevent data leakage. Data loss prevention software prevents accidental loss or transmission of sensitive data in your organization. Provides data security and protects data from data theft and cyber attacks.
The DLP market provides cloud and network-based solutions for e-mail, USB drivers, mobile devices and laptops. Cloud-based DLP protects your organization's uploaded data, such as customer information, employee information, and personal health information. Supports management to prevent internal policies and sensitive data disclosure. Data leaks are expected to increase in diverse industries such as the retail industry, financial services, insurance, oil and gas industries, and demand for data loss prevention technologies.
The data loss prevention market is expected to experience significant growth over the expected period. Demand for cloud computing is on the rise, and it is expected to lead the market by switching data storage from on-premise to general and private platforms. New commercialization is expected to increase demand for data loss prevention technology. Rising cloud-based businesses and ongoing cyber attacks are expected to lead the market for the expected period.
Increased Internet penetration, increased reliance on the telecom sector, and data hacker data security requirements are expected to drive the market for data loss prevention technologies. Government regulations such as the Sabanese Oxley Act and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act raise the need for data loss prevention technology in small and medium-sized enterprises.
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