How to Prevent Data from Being Breached

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Click through for eight ways companies can guard their intellectual property, personnel files and sales contracts from being leaked into the digital atmosphere, as identified by Accellion.

Data leaks are a growing problem for businesses of all sizes. More and more information is being shared, stored and accessed through a multitude of devices, which increases the odds of data leaks or breaches. These breaches can be detrimental to a company’s bottom line as sensitive information can impact stock price and brand value, in addition to possibly subjecting the company to regulatory fines. In this slideshow, Accellion, Inc., a mobile solution provider, outlines a number of ways that companies can guard their intellectual property, personnel files and sales contracts from being inadvertently leaked into the digital atmosphere.

Accellion, Inc. is an award-winning private company that provides mobile solutions to enterprise organizations to enable increased business productivity while ensuring security and compliance. As the leading provider of private cloud solutions for secure file sharing, Accellion offers enterprise organizations the scalability, flexibility, control and security to enable a mobile workforce with the tools they need to create, access and share information securely, wherever work takes them.

 

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