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Email Classifier

by Boldon James
  • App Type

    Add-in/Add-on
  • Business Need

    Internet Security, Document Management, Messaging
  • Works With

    Microsoft Outlook 2010, Microsoft Outlook 2013, Microsoft Windows Terminals (Windows Terminal Services)
  • Industry Focus

    General - Applicable to All

Email Classification - Labelling, Protective Marking & Release Control for Secure Messaging

Email is the primary collaboration tool in most organisations, so it’s no surprise that it’s a common source of information leakage, with most data loss caused by user error. Email Classifier is an email classification product that puts labelling at the heart of data loss prevention by giving users the option to apply relevant visual labels to Microsoft Outlook email messages and embed those labels into the email metadata.

Classifier labels enforce an organisation's rules on handling and release of email, automatically invoking other technologies such as encryption or rights management.

The result of email classification is increased user awareness of the sensitivity of information, the ability to provide evidence that applicable regulations have been met and the opportunity to boost the return on your investments in DLP, encryption, archiving & storage, e-discovery, information rights management and EDRMS.

Product Benefits
• Enforces information assurance policies
• Raises user awareness of security policies
• Enhances data loss prevention (DLP) measures
• Controls unstructured information
• Prevents internal and external data leakage
• Drives Microsoft Windows Rights Management policies, plus email encryption and signing
• Automatically protects the most sensitive content
• Provides visibility of user behaviour and compliance position
• Low deployment and administration costs

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