Entrust Delivers New Capabilities to Enable Corporate and Regulatory E-Mail Compliance

    Date 30 Sep 2004
    Category Vendors/Products
    344647
    Posted By Anthony Pell
    Entrust, Inc. (Nasdaq: ENTU - News), a world leader in Identity and Access management solutions, today announced the commercial availability of the Entrust Entelligence(TM) Compliance Server, a Linux-based appliance that helps enterprise and government customers enable real-time e-mail compliance. . . .
    DALLAS, Sept. 30 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Entrust, Inc. (Nasdaq: ENTU - News), a world leader in Identity and Access management solutions, today announced the commercial availability of the Entrust Entelligence(TM) Compliance Server, a Linux-based appliance that helps enterprise and government customers enable real-time e-mail compliance. This highly accurate and efficient content scanner automatically enforces e-mail policy pertaining to individual privacy, intellectual property protection, anti-spam, offensive language, and regulatory mandates such as HIPAA, Sarbanes-Oxley and Gramm-Leach Bliley. To assist customers in protecting e-mail messages identified as private or sensitive, Entrust also announced enhancements to its boundary and desktop e-mail security products.

    The Entrust Entelligence Compliance Server may be installed standalone or as part of a tightly integrated secure messaging solution. Using a patented approach that combines statistical analysis and natural language processing, the server analyzes the contents of inbound and outbound e-mail messages and is uniquely able to categorize e-mail based on context and meaning.

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