Critical Reasons to Evaluate Email Encryption Now
Everything you need to know about selecting an email encryption solution in 25 minutes
- How email encryption can be a business enabler
- Critical features to look for when selecting a solution
- Have a solution now? It may be time to rethink
- Simplifying email encryption for senders and recipients
Featured Speaker: Eric Ouellet, Gartner Analyst
Eric Ouellet is a vice president in Gartner, where he is responsible for research activities and content delivery relating to data loss prevention (DLP); enterprise digital rights management (EDRM); PKI/PKO: Certificate Authorities (CA); database, application and storage encryption; encrypted email; and virtualization and risk management.
Mr. Ouellet has worked in the networking and information security industry since 1990 and has strong operational and network security experience at all levels of the IT organization, including hands-on system implementations, technology architecture design, program management, and certification and accreditation activities. Prior to joining Gartner, he was responsible for the design and implementation of leading backbone networks and public key infrastructure deployments currently in use and for devising operational policies and procedures to meet leading governance requirements. Mr. Ouellet has consulted for financial, commercial, government, and military customers worldwide, and regularly speaks at leading networking and security conferences. He has developed and delivered CISSP training classes leading to the certification of more than 1,600 new CISSPs, and is a published author with McGraw-Hill and Syngress Publishing in the fields of monitoring, networking and security.
Nigel Johnson joined ZixCorp in April 2004 and serves as Vice President, Business Development & Product Management. He uses more than 20 years of IT security experience to develop ZixCorp’s OEM channel and set the development direction for the ZixCorp Email Encryption Service. Prior to joining ZixCorp, Mr. Johnson held senior management positions at Entrust Inc., including Vice President, Product Management and Vice President, Business Development. He previously worked at Nortel, where he developed classified military communications security systems and received many awards and a patent for his work. Mr. Johnson earned his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Carleton University in Ottawa, ON, Canada.