Data Loss Prevention: An Auditor's Guide - OAG850WEB


Data loss prevention (DLP) solutions are designed to detect potential data breach / data ex-filtration transmissions and prevent them through monitoring, detecting and blocking sensitive data while in-use, in-motion, and at-rest. In data leakage incidents, sensitive data may be disclosed to unauthorized personnel either by malicious intent or inadvertent mistake. This webinar covers what DLP is, how it works and how the results can assist in the auditing process. Also tips for selecting the best DLP solution and ways to configure DLP and the reporting mechanism.


Tuition cost


NASBA Certified CPE

2 Credits


Why you should attend

You should attend because IT technologies and trends are impacting how organizations operate and we must have sufficient knowledge of these dynamics to perform our duties effectively.

Who should attend

Financial, Operational and Information Technology auditors and Audit management, Information Security and Risk Management professionals.

What You'll learn

You will learn what DLP is, how it works and how the results can assist in the auditing process. Students will also learn about the purpose of DLP and how the system's output can assist in meeting regulatory compliance.




1. What is Data Loss Prevention:

  • Purpose of DLP Tools
  • How They Work

2. Common DLP Tools:

  • Types – Enterprise Content Aware; DLP Lite; Channel DLP; HPE Big Data

3. Tips for selecting the right DLP Solution:

  • Product Specific or Enterprise Suite
  • Encryption
  • Mobile Management
  • Big Data

4. Tips for Configuring DLP and It’s Reporting to Achieve Regulatory Compliance and Context Awareness

5. Tips on Auditing A DLP Solution

6. Tips for Using DLP Originated Data During Audit Engagement


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