Proofpoint Enterprise Privacy Appliance Edition - subscription license ( 3

Mfg. Part: PP-B-DLPE-A-A-308 | CDW Part: 3988351 | UNSPSC: 43233205
  • Subscription license ( 3 years )
  • 1 user
  • volume
  • 5001-10000 licenses
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  • Subscription license ( 3 years )
  • 1 user
  • volume
  • 5001-10000 licenses
The trend towards more stringent industry and government regulations that mandate stricter privacy policies and larger fines on enterprises around data loss prevention and data breach notification requirements creates a constant data security compliance battle for enterprises. GLBA, HIPAA, HITECH, FINRA, PCI, FERPA, FACTA, EU Data Privacy Act, and others have become part of the common lexicon used among information technology, enterprise data security and risk management professionals. Even state governments are starting to get more active and prescriptive about data privacy and examples can be found in California SB 24, Massachusetts CMR 17, and Nevada SB 227 to name a few examples in US. Compliance becomes even more convoluted and difficult in these situations when enterprises have global business centers operating from multiple locations, or even business operations across different states within the same country, that are governed by multiple laws and regulations.

With non-compliance implications that can negatively affect the enterprises' business, brand, and operations, taking the appropriate steps to comply with enterprise data security regulations is as much a business risk decision as an IT risk mitigation effort. Regardless of the complexity, enterprises of all sizes are expected to take the necessary steps to demonstrate they can ensure they are protecting against loss of private and sensitive data.

With email being a standard mode of conducting business, research has shown that corporate email typically contains up to 70% of an enterprises' sensitive data. This makes email one of the key exposure points for inadvertent data loss. Encrypting email messages is a data loss prevention technique that would provide the necessary safeguard to make the email data unusable to an unauthenticated third party. However enterprise email encryption has not been significantly adopted, and even more rarely successfully deployed due to: difficult PKI lifecycle management requirements, lack of a simple and elegant experience which encourages user adoption, and relative cost-benefits from bloated and complex enterprise email data management solutions.

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