Webinar Round-Up: Enhancing Your Data Protection with ZixDLP

by ZixCorp

Email is the number one app used in business communications and still the preferred method for sharing information and documents. As a result, it’s where a large amount of your company’s IP and sensitive information can be found – and where security policy violations occur.

While malicious hackers or even hostile insiders can pose a security threat, loyal employees can also make mistakes that have the potential to lead to a security breach as they move information around in email and expose your organization to compliance violations, security issues…or worse.

Since email continues to be the dominant communication tool used in business, taking all measures necessary to securing data is key.

Our very own Nigel Johnson, VP of product management and business development, hosted a webinar discussing ways to enhance email data protection with the implementation of ZixDLP - addressing the issue of data loss in email. During the webinar, Nigel took listeners through the following:

    •Reasons having a data loss prevention (DLP) solution in place is beneficial
    •Adoption of DLP
    •Benefits ZixDLP (including decreased complexity and cost, reduction of deployment timelines and minimal impact on resources, ease-of-use and reporting)
    •Email encryption
    •Capturing and analyzing emails against company policy using ZixDLP

But don’t worry! If you missed the webinar, you can still catch a recording of it here (as well as other past webinars) so that you too can learn more about DLP and all that Zix has to offer to keep your email safe and secure.

Posted: 4/9/2014 12:00:00 AM by Global Administrator | with 0 comments
Filed under: Breaches, corporate, data, email, Leaks, Loss, prevention, protection

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