Implementing Password Management and Data Loss Prevention Tools for Better Security
Friday, December 7, 2018
2CREDITSComputer Software and Applications
Learn the fundamentals of Data Loss Prevention and password management tools and identify ways to use DLP and password management tools to enhance organizational security.
Data Loss Prevention (DLP) is a means of creating and enforcing security policies in an organization. For example, with DLP, the creation of rules that programmatically block all outbound email messages containing information such as Social Security or credit card numbers is possible. Unfortunately, most business professionals have yet to discover DLP and how it improves security. Likewise, most business professionals have yet to discover and implement password management tools, which all but a necessity when attempting to enhance personal and organizational security.
- Define Data Loss Prevention and list examples of how it can enhance organizational security.
- List examples of tools and services available that support DLP.
- Identify the process for creating DLP rules in common tools, such as, Excel and Exchange Online.
- List the key characteristics of “long-and-strong” passwords.
- Differentiate between leading password management tools.
- Identify alternatives to passwords to improve authentication controls.
- Data Loss Prevention
- Characteristics of “long-and-strong” passwords
- Leading password management tools
- Alternatives to passwords