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Midwest Data Loss Prevention User Group

Public Group | Founded: 14 May 2009 | Serving 173 members

Welcome to the Midwest Data Loss Prevention User Group website!

If you live in the Chicago area and use Symantec (Vontu) Data Loss Prevention, we invite you to join our User Group!  To become an official member, click the "Request Membership" button (you must log into Connect first).

Why join our User Group and attend our meetings?

  • Learn and share best practices
  • Network with your peers
  • Find answers to challenges
  • Receive latest information on Symantec products
  • Earn Connect Points and redeem for prizes!
  • Enjoy free food!
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idea comment 31 Jan 2013
New event 18 Oct 2012
Please join us for our next user group meeting on Wednesday, November 4! Agenda: IT Analytics and its use in the DLP Program Presented by Lisa Oglesby, Symantec and Muli Green, BayDynamics Data Insight Presented by Charles Keane, Symantec Lunch will ...
New event 01 Aug 2012
Join us for our next Midwest DLP User Group Meeting on Wednesday, August 15 at Dave & Busters. Agenda: DLP Roadmap presentation by Rich Dandliker - Director, DLP Product Management, Symantec Customer Roundtable Lunch will be served at 12:30 ...
New idea 30 Mar 2012
Hi Guys, Again sharing one more idaeas, All my ideas are comes from my requirements when i am working on the DLP to perform diffrent tasks. This is new idea which i suggest to symantec to include this feature in their DLP application. This is mainly ...
New idea 30 Mar 2012
Hi Guys, As we are getting reports from DLP console which has large no. of incidents for different users.As no. of incidents are high but the user aginst those user may be less. so to find out how many unique users who vilating the policy , we ...
New idea 27 Mar 2012
Hi guys, Here i m sharing one more idea related to report. As i am working on DLP , i need to present some reports with apropriate closing cases remarks/note. So i can export incident details but not with Note. so i suggest to symantec consider this as ...