You’ll never have less data than you do today. Data Security is no longer a choice.

Stuart Wilson, Senior Manager – Sales Engineering, Northern Europe, Forcepoint

Whilst the average enterprise is currently responsible for around 348 TBs of data, the message is clear; this will increase considerably over a short period of time. You and your organisation will never have less data than you do today. Data Security may no longer be a choice but you do have a choice in how you secure your data.

Join this session with Forcepoint to hear about:

– The real-life challenge of “data everywhere”

– The many channels responsible for data loss

– Why data sensitivity can reduce the ROI on your other assets

– How you can mitigate risk when the target is constantly moving

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