Together, ZixCorp and Intel Security Work to Shore Up Data Breach Vulnerabilities

by ZixCorp

Today ZixCorp announced a partnership with Intel Security through the Security Innovation Alliance (SIA) in a push to provide customers with easy-to-use and secure email encryption solutions.

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The SIA brings together top security vendors to provide customers with trusted products that can integrate seamlessly into a customer’s security environment. Working together, ZixCorp, Intel Security and other SIA partners can deliver more comprehensive solutions.

Intel Security’s 35,000+ customers can now benefit from ZixCorp’s leading easy-to-use email encryption that is already trusted by one in four U.S. banks and one in five U.S. hospitals.

Data Security Now “In Vogue”

With the threat of email snooping looming large, email encryption is now an important tool in an organization’s data security arsenal. Sending an unencrypted email is akin to putting a postcard in the mail — easy for anyone and everyone to read if they’re motivated enough to look. While having a stranger read your postcard to Aunt Milly is harmless, the contents of corporate emails are rarely as frivolous.

The SIA provides companies access to trusted and easy-to-integrate solutions that can help them avoid potentially costly data breaches. Investing in data security measures has never been more vital, and with the SIA, it has never been easier. To learn more about the SIA and ZixCorp’s involvement, visit: http://www.mcafee.com/us/partners/security-innovation-alliance/index.aspx.

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Posted: 9/23/2015 12:00:00 AM by Global Administrator | with 0 comments
Filed under: Alliance, data, Innovation, Intel, partnership, security

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