25 - 26 April 2018 / Manchester Central

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Egress

Egress

Stand: U634

Egress Software Technologies is the leading provider of data security services designed to protect shared data using a single platform. The Egress platform is made up of highly integrated and flexible service lines. These award-winning solutions include email and document classification, software to prevent emails being sent in error, NCSC-certified email and file encryption, secure managed file transfer, secure online collaboration, and secure archiving.

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Egress Seminars

  • Please delete my previous email! Thu 26th Apr 12:20 - 12:50

    Please delete my previous email!

    Whether or not we’ll admit to having sent an Outlook recall, most of us will probably acknowledge we’ve received one! Sometimes when emails are sent in error, embarrassment is the worst that happens. Other times it can allow unauthorised access to confidential data – and an Outlook recall really isn’t a good enough defence. What’s more, email isn’t the only way staff can share information with unauthorised recipients

    This presentation will examine the Catch 22 between making communication available to staff and the risks this poses. We will also look at how machine learning can be used to engage users to tackle data breaches.

    Speaker

    Neil Larkins

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    Time / Place

    Thu 26th Apr 12:20 to 12:50

    Cyber Threat Protection Theatre

White papers

Protecting against the insider threat
This white paper is about the sinking feeling you get when you realise you’ve sent an email to the wrong person, attached the wrong file, or uploaded the wrong document to a file sharing site.

Egress technical white paper - Protecting against the insider threat.pdf 1.11 MB


Stopping legal professionals from sending information in error
This white paper is about the sinking feeling you get when you realise you’ve sent an email to the wrong person, attached the wrong file, or uploaded the wrong document to a file sharing site.

Egress white paper - Stopping legal professionals from sending information in error.pdf 1.17 MB


Understanding common email fails
This white paper is about the sinking feeling you get when you realise you’ve sent an email to the wrong person, attached the wrong file, or uploaded the wrong document to a file sharing site.

Egress research report - Understanding common email fails_2017.pdf 1.10 MB


The digital courtroom: Four key considerations for local authorities sharing court bundles electronically
UK Government is committed to bringing digital transformation to the justice system, e-Bundles form one part of this process and their adoption is ultimately inevitable for both local authorities and HMCTS.

Egress white paper - Local authority court bundles.pdf 3.82 MB


Secure email messaging in Office 365: Four key considerations
The Switch platform integrates fully with O365, allowing users to send encrypted emails directly from MS Outlook and benefit from the comprehensive Switch security feature set.

Egress technical white paper - Office 365.pdf 864.93 kB


Interviews and evidence: Advice for police services to improve data protection when handling digital media files
Digital media files cause significant information security concerns for the UK’s police services. Without the right security technology in place to protect them, these files are also a major vulnerability for police services.

Egress white paper - Advice for police services to improve data protection when handling digital media files.pdf 1.02 MB


TLS encryption: Is it really the answer to securing email?
The digital age has fundamentally changed the way all organisations operate, driving greater efficiency, scalability and the adoptionof outsourced services, including those hosted in the Cloud.

Egress technical white paper - TLS encryption.pdf 621.94 kB


Understanding your data
Knowledge is power: How understanding your data can prepare you for the EU GDPR and prevent data breaches

Egress technical white paper - Understanding your data.pdf 1.35 MB


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