We rely on cryptographic keys and digital certificates for encryption and authentication. But certificates can, and do, expire, creating costly outages. Organizations need visibility, continuous surveillance, policy enforcement, and automation to eliminate outages caused by expired certificates and secure their keys and certificates.
Guidance on the strategies and tools needed for a secure and productive bring-your-own-device program. Security is a prime concern with a BYOD initiative and organizations must adjust their security strategy to accommodate increased mobility, particularly for BYOD users.
Today’s threats to endpoints and data are more complex, more numerous, more varied —and changing every second. McAfee understands next-generation security in the context of your devices, additional protection technologies, and central management.
Published By: Webroot UK
Published Date: Nov 11, 2009
This white paper discusses key issues around encryption for both email and file transfer systems, some of the leading statutes that require sensitive content to be encrypted, and suggestions for moving forward with encryption. This white paper also briefly discusses Webroot Software, the sponsor of this white paper, and their relevant offerings.
Published By: Proofpoint
Published Date: Apr 22, 2010
Learn more about Proofpoint Encryption, Proofpoint's easy-to-deploy and easy-to-use policy-based email encryption solution and why email encryption is a critical component of today's email security solutions.
Published By: LockLizard
Published Date: Dec 08, 2008
This paper covers the development of PDF security from simple password protection mechanisms to access controls and DRM. It discusses lifecycle management, PKI and digital certificates, PDF password security, PDF encryption, PDF DRM, Adobe livecycle / policy server, PDF control, and third party systems and standards for protecting PDF files. Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE
Many small and medium-sized businesses do not have adequate network security. Here's how to make sure you do. Now more than ever, you depend on your network for your most important business operations, such as communication, inventory, billing, sales, and trading with partners. Yet up to now, you might have held off on protecting your network, for several reasons.
Today's confidentiality and privacy requirements drive organizations of all sizes and industries to secure sensitive data in email. Often particular types of data need to be encrypted, such as credit card numbers, intellectual property, or client information. Organizations also need to protect confidential emails for particular groups, such as executive management, human resources or legal departments.
Many organizations are turning to policy-based encryption to meet their encryption needs because it automatically encrypts data using content filtering rules that identify types of content or email for particular groups. Encryption is applied when the rules are triggered. With policy-based encryption, organizations avoid relying on individual users to secure important content.
Companies rely on knowledge assets, such as product formulas and customer databases. VPNs and network monitors can protect proprietary information from outsiders; but, they won't do much to prevent access by internal users. With the popularity of wireless networks, USB drives and other portable devices, it's all too easy for insiders to leak key data. This white paper explains how Trend Micro LeakProof 3.0 protects sensitive data at rest, in use, and in motion.
Encryption will help to protect data against unauthorized access by outsiders from lost or stolen devices such as laptops, thumb drives, and other removable media. But it does not protect against the insider threat-employees and contractors with authorized access to data who mistakenly or maliciously leak your most valuable assets.
Organizations are struggling to enforce both mandatory regulatory rules as well as internal corporate policies governing email content and distribution. One of the biggest obstacles is determining whether or not the content of an email, or its attachment, is subject to any policy rules or restrictions. This whitepaper describes the techniques required to perform intelligent, accurate content analysis and the shortcomings of most current approaches.
For most organizations email compliance management is synonymous with outbound email control. This white paper describes how internal email control is crucial to an organization's compliance mandate and the underlying technical architecture required to do it effectively.
The HSC network services group supports more than 2000 desktops, servers and backend systems such as e-mail, file, networking, application and storage services for general administration, dental and medical schools. HSC wanted to manage and reduce HIPAA compliance costs and processes associated with protecting PHI data within its storage infrastructure – a legacy SAN environment with evolving applications.