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Egress helps enterprises protect unstructured data to meet compliance requirements and drive business productivity. The company’s AI-based platform empowers users to control and secure the data they share.
The award-winning platform includes discovery and classification, accidental send prevention, secure email and file transfer, secure online collaboration and audit and compliance reporting.
Certified by Government, Egress offers a seamless user experience, powerful real-time auditing and patented information rights management, all accessible using a single global identity.
Egress Software Seminars
Securing email – so much more than just encryption Wed 3rd Oct 13:00 - 13:30
Securing email – so much more than just encryption
Email is far from dead. It is estimated that over 281 billion emails are sent globally every day, cementing it as one of the primary mechanisms for business communication. However, when relied upon by staff to share personal data, email also becomes a major cause of data breaches.
Join Egress’ Neil Larkins as he examines the ways email security technology can adapt to tackle security threats in a time when organisations are under more legislative pressure than ever before, including the evolution of encryption, preventing user error and risk-based authentication.
Time / Place
Wed 3rd Oct 13:00 to 13:30
Cyber Threat Protection Theatre
Streamlining GDPR subject access requests
Fulfilling subject access requests under the EU GDPR can be problematic - from securely receiving and verifying requests, to locating and compiling a report on all of the subjects' data. This white paper examines these issues and presents the Egress platform as a way to ensuring compliance.
Egress technical white paper - Streamlining GDPR subject access requests with the Egress platform.pdf 2.86 MB
The digital courtroom: Four key considerations for local authorities sharing court bundles electronically
For every case, local authority legal teams must compile 'court bundles' - 350 pages of sensitive printed data. With digital justice, and the inefficiencies and security risks inherent with printed information, this white paper examines a new way to compile and share court bundles.
Egress white paper - Local authority court bundles.pdf 3.82 MB
Interviews and evidence: Advice for police services to improve data protection when handling digital media files
Digital media files can provide valuable evidence but they also cause significant data security concerns for the UK’s police services. This white paper examines ways police can secure large multi-media files to deliver more efficient justice.
Egress white paper - Advice for police services to improve data protection when handling digital media files.pdf 1.02 MB
Understanding common email fails: Protecting against the insider threat
Thank sinking feeling you get when you've sent an email to the wrong person? This white paper looks at the technology that ensures you - and your colleagues - never get that feeling again, instead ensuring every email (especially those containing personal data) is sent to the correct recipient.
Egress research report - Understanding common email fails_2017.pdf 1.10 MB
Secure email messaging in Office 365: Four key considerations
Organisations worldwide are moving to Microsoft Office 365 for hosted email services, and for good reason. This white paper looks at how organisations can continue to secure sensitive data in hosted mailboxes, while taking advantages of O365's benefits.
Egress technical white paper - Office 365.pdf 864.93 kB
Email and file archiving Five key requirements for data security compliance
More sensitive data is being sent via email than ever before - however, this can make it difficult for organisations to comply with increasingly stringent data protection regulations. This white paper examines these issues and the features organisations should look for in email archiving technology.
Egress technical white paper - Understanding your data.pdf 1.35 MB
Securing the law firm: Stopping legal professionals from sending information in error
Simple mistakes, like sending an email to the wrong person, can have huge consequences – especially for law firms. This white paper is about the technology that can prevent such mistakes and ensure every email is sent to the right person, every time.
Egress white paper - Stopping legal professionals from sending information in error.pdf 1.17 MB
Preparing financial organisations for the EU GDPR A four step guide to compliance
Year-on-year, financial services firms are some of the worst offenders for data breaches. This white paper looks at the common causes of these incidents and how firms can protect data to comply with the EU GDPR.
Egress white paper - Financial Services and the EU GDPR.pdf 3.86 MB
Preparing healthcare organisations for the EU GDPR A four step guide to compliance
Year-on-year, healthcare organisations are some of the worst offenders for data breaches. This white paper looks at the common causes of these incidents and how healthcare organisations can protect data to comply with the EU GDPR.
Egress white paper - Healthcare and the EU GDPR.pdf 1.09 MB