The Report Includes:

  • DLP vendor evaluations, strengths and cautions
  • Inclusion, exclusion, and evaluation criteria
  • DLP market overview, including use cases, drivers for deployment
  • Further recommended reading on DLP

The Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Data Loss Prevention is designed to help security and risk management leaders assess enterprise DLP offerings by comparing and contrasting leading competitors, defining the market, and sharing evaluation strategies.

Gartner 2017 Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Data Loss Prevention, February 2017, Brian Reed and Debbie Kish.
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What's Inside:

• 3 most common DLP use cases in healthcare systems

• 7 trends driving the adoption of DLP in healthcare

• How DLP can help you meet more stringent HIPAA enforcement

• Why ransomware infections are reportable under HIPAA

• A 4 stage DLP deployment road map

• How to make the case for DLP to a hospital board

• A proven PHI protection framework