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The encryption of email should be at the top of the budget requirements list for all CISO’s, but what is it we love and hate about email, and what legacy systems can we get shot of?
  1. Management summary
  2. External influences may force the issue
  3. Traditional email encryption methods are no longer fit for purpose
  4. There are savings to be made
  5. The world of malware is changing fast making it harder to detect threats and making email encryption a must have technology
  6. Understanding the motives of those seeking to steal your data helps you build better defences
  7. We are familiar with applications such as MS Office and email that are powerful and help us do far more than almost any other tools in the workplace, but the addition of new and complex demands on your staff is creating files that are far too large for regular email
  8. Email and the Internet have long been established as the leading medium for the exchange of business information
  9. It is time to get rid of FTP, SFTP and legacy PGP and S/MIME based solutions
  10. Sending files unencrypted over the Internet carries some special risks
  11. Direct economic damage
  12. Which may lead to damage to reputation and financial loss or fines
  13. EDP and GDPR legislation brings some stringent requirements for data transfer for all, specialised rules such as HIPPA set the bar higher for key services
  14. So what are the common attributes?
  15. This makes a good requirements list
  16. Conclusion