How one bank reduced data leaks by 87 percent, saved over $600 million in one year

Posted by Camden Swita on August 24 2017

Multi-national banks send hundreds of sensitive documents each day. These contain highly valuable or private information pertaining to pending business transactions, customers’ personal information and internal business practices and strategy. If any of these documents are leaked or stolen, there’s a very good chance that the bank will suffer massive damage to its reputation, lose customers and partners and spend hundreds of millions of dollars to clean up the mess.

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Topics: data leakage, DRM, bank, auditor, banking

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