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Sunday, February 12, 2017 | BY: Giaspace

The underlying cause identified for many data breaches is that the organization did not know that protected data was stored on a device that was lost or stolen. After a breach of 4 million patient records a hospital executive said, “Based on our policies that data should not have been on those systems.” The File Scan Report identifies data files stored on computers, servers, and storage devices. It does not read the files or access them, but just looks at the title and file type. This report is useful to identify local data files that may not be protected. Based on this information the risk of a breach could be avoided if the data was moved to a more secure location, or mitigated by encrypting the device to protect the data and avoid a data breach investigation.

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