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CloudCon 2014: Protecting Email with Powerful Encryption in and out of the Cloud
Duration: 60 Minutes
There are numerous examples of email-related data breaches that occur on a daily basis. Moreover, the vast majority of email-related breaches occur because senders do not – or cannot – encrypt the contents of their communications. This leaves organizations vulnerable to a variety of serious consequences, some of which can devastate an organization: violation of the large and growing number of data breach notification requirements, significant remediation costs for victims of the data breach, loss of intellectual property, loss of corporate reputation, bad press, fines, and government sanctions.
Join Voltage Security and Osterman Research to learn how important email encryption is to your organization, the consequences of not encrypting email, and just how easy it can be to implement a corporate email encryption solution that can dramatically reduce your risk of a data breach.
Mark Bower, Vice President, Product Management & Solutions Architecture, Voltage Security
Michael Osterman, Principal of Osterman Research, Inc.
Since that time, the company has become one of the leading analyst firms in the messaging and collaboration space, providing research, analysis, white papers and other services to companies like Microsoft, IBM, Google, EMC, Symantec, Hewlett Packard and many others.
Prior to founding Osterman Research, Michael was the Vice President of Market Research at Creative Networks, a leading market research and consulting firm focused on the messaging and directory markets. Michael has also held positions with the SRI International Business Intelligence Center, Ryan Hankin Kent, ElectroniCast and Gnostic Concepts. His background includes research and analysis of various markets, including computer-aided software engineering, data communications, telecommunications, and fiber optic components.
Michael is a frequent speaker at industry and vendor-sponsored events on the topics of archiving, messaging and Web security, instant messaging, presence and other messaging- and collaboration-focused issues. He is also the author of a weekly column on messaging, Web and collaboration issues for Messaging Wire.
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