Tag Archive: DLP

Santa’s Data Breach: application controls and screen controls

The 12 breaches of Christmas: 11 and 12 To: Santa@sclaus.com From: SSO@sclaus.com Date: 16/12/2021 Subject: Security Alert from Santa Sec […]

Santa’s Data Breach: watermarking and encrypted file detection

The 12 breaches of Christmas: 9 and 10 To: Santa@sclaus.com From: SSO@sclaus.com Date: 14/12/2021 Subject: Security Alert from Santa Sec […]

Santa’s Data Breach: data classification and write limit notifications

The 12 breaches of Christmas: 7 and 8 To: Santa@sclaus.com From: SSO@sclaus.com Date: 9/12/2021 Subject: Security Alert from Santa Sec […]

Santa’s Data Breach: Copy control & fingerprinting and managing printing and watermarking

The 12 breaches of Christmas: 5 and 6 To: Santa@sclaus.com From: SSO@sclaus.com Date: 7/12/2021 Subject: Security Alert from Santa Sec […]

Santa’s Data Breach: network control and restricting uploads of data online

The 12 breaches of Christmas: 3 and 4 To: Santa@sclaus.com From: SSO@sclaus.com Date: 2/12/2021 Subject: Security Alert from Santa Sec […]

Santa’s Data Breach: Local PC Discovery with Realtime control and device control

The 12 breaches of Christmas: 1 and 2 To: Santa@sclaus.com From: SSO@sclaus.com Date: 1/11/2021 Subject: Security Alert from Santa Sec […]

Data breaches leading to intellectual property and source code theft

What we can learn from the EA data breach One of the most recent breaches has affected Electronic Arts (EA) […]

Publishing personal data online – Recent data breach examples

The implications of publicly displaying personal information under GDPR. In his blog “Publicly Displaying Personal Data under GDPR”, Samad Miah […]

How MFA and DLP can stop data breaches

Security Fridays Week 26 – An example from the gaming industry. So here we are once again, another major corporation […]

Remote working security, data breaches and the need for employee education.

Security Fridays Week 25 – Remote working and need for reinforcing policies and security awareness. I’ll start with saying I […]