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Email, instant messaging, text messaging, social networking and other tools are a double-edged sword: They are extraordinarily valuable as a means of boosting employee productivity, generating revenue and creating brand awareness; but they also pose enormous risks if their use is not monitored and managed properly.
Organizations that do not sufficiently monitor and manage communications can face enormous risks.
At its core, managing content is about managing risk—the risk that an organization could lose trade secrets, quash an acquisition, have its senior management embarrassed or face heavy fines—if it does not properly manage the content that leaves its organization.
Therefore, managing outbound content sent via various avenues—including email, Instant Messages, text messages, tweets, and Facebook posts—needs to be viewed as a primary capability in any organization’s security arsenal.
What Exactly Is in Your Emails?
- How many emails travel into, out of and across your business every day?
- Do you know exactly what’s in them?
- Have you ever considered the damage just one email could do to your business simply because of the text or images it contains—either in the message itself or in an attachment?
This whitepaper will help you understand the legal and compliance implications of controlling email content and images being sent or received within your organization, the potential brand and financial risks and costs associated with data leakage of inappropriate or confidential information, the biggest sources of risk—including personal laptops, smartphones, and social networking sites—and the best course of action to minimize the risks to your business.
As the internet solidifies itself in the business world, there is a growing need for your organization to protect itself against web-born malware.
There are three types of web security solutions: software-based, appliance-based and cloud-based services. Each of these categories—and each individual offering within them—needs to be evaluated against the following key buying criteria:
- Accuracy of threat protection
- Ease of installation and use
- Total cost of ownership (TCO)
This whitepaper compares the three approaches.
Increasingly, Spyware’s aim is to access intellectual property and other confidential data—just the sort of information you can’t afford falling into the wrong hands.
This Whitepaper will help you to understand the threat of spyware, and what you can do to protect your organization. In particular, this white paper will cover how spyware steals personal identities and confidential data, the risks and vulnerabilities in your business.
Many organizations believe that improving security technology is the answer to solving the complex security challenges of today.
Unfortunately, without a solid process backing up the implementation of technology, organizations will still find themselves susceptible to emerging threats.
This white paper will look at aligning security processes, the human element of security, with the latest security technologies—creating a secure barrier against today’s most insidious threats. Download this paper on best practices for implementing a security process.
Virtual appliance messaging security—the simplicity of an appliance with virtual flexibility
Variability in spam traffic forces organizations to choose whether to maintain peak-load messaging security capacity—and incur the associated high costs—or to prepare for routine loads, a less costly approach but one that comes with the risk of under-capacity when spam levels spike.
Now, there is a new approach to resolving this dilemma: virtual appliance-based messaging security solutions. With hardened, ready-to-deploy appliance images and per-seat licensing, organizations can meet a spam or virus crisis quickly, efficiently, and economically.
Virtual appliance–based security solutions combine security, performance, and flexibility to adapt quickly and effectively to the requirements of any network environment—and any level of threat.
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