How secure is your e-mail?

Wednesday, 5 November 2003, 11:12 AM EST

Headlines are flying with stories of incriminating e-mail messages and the many court cases that have been launched by "discovered" e-mails. That makes this a very good time for you to be securing your corporate communications with new tools.

Perhaps your idea of protecting your e-mail is to exhort your employees not to say anything in a message that would reveal your company's deepest secrets. Or perhaps you're already using more sophisticated practices than this. In either case, there is innovative technology to encrypt and manage your employees' e-mail in ways your employees otherwise couldn't or wouldn't.

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