growth in distributed and mobile computing
are tearing down enterprise security
boundaries build today with VPNs and
firewalls. While enterprise servers and
networks are increasingly protected using
standard security technologies, files are
not protected after they are received on
employee and partner computers. Companies
have paper shredding policies but they don’t
have the tools to track and shred electronic
documents that are proliferated by the
growth in distributed and mobile computing.
Adding to this challenge is the increase in
regulations and legislation requiring
increased control and protection of
information. How can companies be confident
that their use of new communications and
computing networks comply with laws as well
as their own needs to protect information?
AirZip products perform all of the key functions
necessary for communications with confidence:
Protection of information no
matter where it is stored or sent.
Tracking all uses, recording who
has accessed which information.
Controlling who accesses
information, with permission changes at anytime.
Retention management of files to
insure that old information is not accessible.
Accelerating by compressing the
content before transmission.
AirZip persistent protection means
loss prevention, version control, time based
availability, retention management, tracking of use,
and control for information sales and subscriptions.
This protection can help you to avoid the FBI’s
reported average financial loss of $2.7 million per
computer crime incident (Source: CSI/FBI Computer
Crime and Security Survey, 2003) and also to avoid
attacks from insiders which a 2002 FBI security
report stated are more frequent than attacks from
outsiders. Confirming that most losses are due to
acts of insiders, Price Waterhouse Coopers in its
“Information Security Breaches Survey 2002” stated
that over 1/2 of the most serious security breaches
in enterprises are due to insiders. The January 27,
2003, online edition of the New York Times (“Crime
is Soaring in Cyberspace”) reported on the
“exponential” increase in computer related crimes
and stated that “a tightening economy, the
increasing riches flowing through cyberspace and the
relative ease of such crimes” are leading to huge
losses by many companies and government agencies.
The article estimates that cyber crime is already
creating losses of billions of dollars a year.
Software solutions are needed to block the
“exponentially” increasing losses.
AirZip provides strong software
solutions meeting the customer needs identified by
Ernst&Young’s Global Information Security Survey
90% of organizations say
information security is of high importance for
achieving their overall objectives.
More than 33% of organizations
say they are inadequate in their ability to
respond to incidents.
Only 34% of organizations claim
to be compliant with applicable security-driven
AirZip overcomes the hurdles of user
acceptance and IT architecture compliance with easy
installation, intuitive user interfaces, and
operation with all popular operating systems, all
popular file formats, and industry-standard
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