PGP upgrades security portfolio


PGP upgrades security portfolio

Antony Savvas

PGP has upgraded its open-source security software portfolio and launched a new product for sharing network-based files.

The firm has added new features to its PGP Whole Disk Encryption, PGP Universal Server, PGP Universal Gateway Email, and PGP Desktop products.

The company has also announced the availability of PGP NetShare, which enables teams to manage and share encrypted network-based files.

PGP NetShare enables enterprises to protect valuable data that is commonly shared across multiple project teams and among employees and outside contractors and partners.

PGP NetShare automatically encrypts files saved to shared network folders, ensuring that only authorised users can read or modify the content.

Without affecting user behaviour, applications or workflow, PGP NetShare increases productivity by delivering data protection on the network server, over the network, and on the desktop for all common digital formats, said PGP.

Among the new features of the upgraded products, PGP Universal Gateway now supports large message delivery, up to 50MB, and reduces storage requirements by removing messages according to a message ageing policy.


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