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With solutions that combine Data Loss Prevention (DLP) and Enterprise Rights Management (ERM), organizations can discover and classify their most sensitive information and, using a centrally managed set of policies, automatically apply rights management to ensure the right users get the right level of access at the right time and every time.

In today's challenging economy, CSOs are being squeezed from many different directions. They are expected to deal with the constraints of smaller budgets and reduced IT staff levels while at the same time securing sensitive corporate data in the face of escalating threats, both external and internal. For example, since 2005, more than 245 million personal records of U.S. citizens have been breached, with the average breach costing $6.6M or $202 per lost record. In addition, with many companies laying off hundreds or thousands of workers, there is heightened concerned about sensitive information- whether it is customer lists, product designs, business plans, or proprietary source code - "walking out the door" with employees who are disgruntled or simply looking for an advantage in an extremely tough job market.

Information Risk Control: A Strategy Approach Information Risk Control: A Strategy Approach
Scott Crawford, Managing Research Director, Security & Risk Management with Enterprise Management Associates, and Michael Song, RSA discuss the information risk challenge, and how taking a strategic approach can help organizations to take maximum advantage of the full set of tools at their disposal.