Tumbleweed to stop drift of data leaks

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Tumbleweed to stop drift of data leaks

Messaging security vendor Tumbleweed Communications has announced a new version of its MailGate product in order to reduce accidental email data leaks and botnet driven threats.

 

MailGate is designed to provide CIOs with a full email messaging solution, identifying problems and then automatically taking action quickly, based on firms’ heir unique needs and policies.

 

To date, says Tumbleweed, data leak and content filtering products have often lacked the direct integration with email policies and encryption needed to prevent accidents.  Enterprises have universally been plagued by cost and complexity, requiring complex data categorisation and hundreds of thousands of pounds to conduct basic outbound filtering.

 

The new solution features what Tumbleweed claims is the security industry’s first multi-layered perimeter defence, arming customers with ‘unrivalled’ end-to-end security that ‘dramatically’ reduces the cost and complexity associated with email messaging security. 

 

 “Every enterprise wants to keep confidential data from leaking into the wrong hands.  But most content filtering solutions are extremely expensive and overly complex – and all they do is identify the problem,” said Daniel Greenberg, chief marketing officer at Tumbleweed.


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