Helping to secure social networking with CA DataMinder

Just when organizations in both the private and public sectors were getting a handle on how to protect
their sensitive data, the era of social networking arrived on the scene, bringing with it a slew of
capabilities that could put sensitive data at risk.
Organizations appear to have only two options. One option is to open the flood gates to these sites (or
to offer some semblance of selective access) and accept the risk of doing so. The other option is to
block employees from accessing the sites entirely, possibly inhibiting the organization’s ability
to interact with the market and customers, thereby potentially creating dissatisfaction and
competitive disadvantage.