Enterprise data breaches continue to grab headlines and C-level attention. To combat the threat, companies are using a variety of technologies, according to a new survey of 802 IT executives conducted by the Ponemon Institute (Elk Rapids, Mich.) and sponsored by PortAuthority Technologies, a Palo Alto, Calif.-based provider of security software.
The survey reveals which technologies are gaining the most traction in the push to detect breaches of confidential and sensitive information. Content filtering technologies, cited by 39 percent of survey respondents, were the most popular method of data breach detection. Keyword monitoring (28 percent) was the No. 2 solution. Digital rights management (9 percent) was cited as the least popular method.
Of the organizations represented in the survey, 19 percent were from the financial services sector. <<<