February 17, 2020

Forbes | ‘Discover, Classify, Protect’ is Wrong

Source code breaches are occurring daily with damaging consequences. Uber and Google made headlines when a former Google engineer easily exfiltrated 9 GB of source code and hundreds of Waymo trade secrets.

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February 17, 2020

Forbes | ‘Discover, Classify, Protect’ is Wrong

Source code breaches are occurring daily with damaging consequences. Uber and Google made headlines when a former Google engineer easily exfiltrated 9 GB of source code and hundreds of Waymo trade secrets.

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February 17, 2020

Forbes | ‘Discover, Classify, Protect’ is Wrong

Source code breaches are occurring daily with damaging consequences. Uber and Google made headlines when a former Google engineer easily exfiltrated 9 GB of source code and hundreds of Waymo trade secrets.

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February 17, 2020

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Data protection has followed the same paradigm for years: discover, classify and protect. That paradigm exists because years ago, protection solutions were extremely...

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February 17, 2020

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Source code breaches are occurring daily with damaging consequences. Uber and Google made headlines when a former Google engineer easily exfiltrated 9 GB of source code and hundreds of Waymo trade secrets. Tesla source code was breached by an employee, exfiltrating over 300,000 files for personal gain. Apple and Samsung suffered similar high-profile source code breaches.