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Data loss prevention (DLP) in healthcare entails preventing confidential patient records from falling into the wrong hands and requires thought out, well-enforced policies and the technology to back them up. Inside this resourceful e-book, learn how to achieve DLP through data encryption, monitoring tools, risk assessments and more. Access >>>
Table of contents
- DLP: Policy meets technology
- What's your role?
- Getting to DLP
- Security checkup
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