Email Encryption: Compliance and Breach Prevention in 2015
May 8, 2015

Email Encryption: Compliance and Breach Prevention in 2015

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There's no question that protecting against data breaches is a high priority initiative on most IT and IS team roadmaps. But in a crowded enterprise software solution landscape with vendors often making herculean claims, it's often difficult to determine where to start. There is no shortage of data loss vectors or bad actors, and the indiscernible blend of personal and corporate devices -- and their data -- makes this even more challenging.

We will explore how organizations have focused on email as a threat and loss vector of paramount importance.

Joe Diamond of Proofpoint, Inc. has more than a decade of engineering, product management, product marketing and software leadership expertise in both the consumer and enterprise markets. He is responsible for defining and bringing to market Proofpoint's next generation information governance products. Previously, Joe was the head of product management & marketing for RiskIQ, led enterprise product management for Symantec's emerging products and technologies, and served in product management and marketing roles for hosted email archiving vendor LiveOffice, which was acquired by Symantec. Contact Joe at

Joel Sierra of Greenberg Traurig leads the team that manages and supports the firm's messaging systems. He has been an IT professional for over 20 years, with experience supporting email platforms beginning with Novell Groupwise, Microsoft Mail and Linux SendMail, moving into Microsoft Exchange 5.5 in early 2000. Today's landscape calls for a focus on email security and hosted platforms, Office 365, Google Apps and ProofPoint Email Security. Contact Joel at

Jason Preu, CISA has worked in information security for nine years, specializing in user provisioning, firewall management, information systems auditing, event log management, disaster recovery coordination and regulatory compliance. Prior to becoming an IT professional, Jason worked as a paralegal. Contact Jason at

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