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Title: Implantación de un sistema DLP en una clínica dental
Author: Fenoy Illacer, Dámaso Rubén
Tutor: Jové Canela, Albert
Others: Isern-Deya, Andreu Pere  
Keywords: cyber security
Issue Date: 10-Jan-2023
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: Currently, all organizations that use information systems face risks of data leakage, which can lead to competitive, image, and/or legal problems. To mitigate this risk, DLP (Data Loss Prevention) solutions appear. These allow monitoring the activities carried out by users in the systems, the traffic that travels through the network, and the information at rest, in order to implement security controls that monitor or prevent data leakage voluntarily or involuntarily. In this work the characteristics of the DLP tools are explored, several of them are compared, and the most suitable one is selected for its subsequent implementation in the framework of a dental clinic. An installation, configuration and evaluation guide is prepared for a set of ad hoc defined controls, which represent different use cases based on the limitation of the use of removable devices, sending sensitive information through email or other programs, encryption of files containing personal information, and scanning and discovery of sensitive information at rest. Next, an analysis of the legal contextualization to be taken into account during the implementation of this type of solutions to respect the privacy of workers is carried out. The main result obtained is that these tools make it possible to easily and effectively establish a large set of security controls that meet the objective of detecting and preventing data leakage before it occurs.
Language: Spanish
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