Do you want to prevent users from sharing any sensitive data with non-authorized parties? (For example, customer information, HR files, financial data, legal documents, business insights, etc.)
With DLP you can disallow sensitive files from being leaked; warn users when they are about to share files they shouldn’t; send alerts to the sysadmins, and much more. These are some of the reasons why DLP has become a top priority among security leaders.
Get hands-on with our guide. Learn how to:
✅ Get started with Data Loss Prevention ✅ Configure DLP in Google Workspace (formerly G Suite) and Google Drive ✅ Build your DLP engine from scratch through rules, detectors, and templates ✅ Block highly sensitive files from being leaked ✅ Warn users whenever a sensitive file is about to get shared ✅ Setup an alert system for the Sysadmins ✅ Use Regular Expressions to detect advanced patterns (e.g. IP, social security numbers, etc.) ... and much more!
➕ Beta: Automate Data Classification with Drive Labels
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What you will learn
What is DLP? How does it work? Why is it important? Types of DLPs? and much more!The first couple of chapters covers everything needed to know about Data Loss Prevention before getting started with the practical implementation.
Skip the fundamentals and jump straight into the step-by-step implementation process. These chapters deal with how to you enable the Google Drive DLP in Workspace; create rules and detectors; use the predefined templates or even setup you own custom regular expressions. P.S. There are screenshots for every action you need to do in the Google Admin Console.