Specifically the connector ensures that Voltage-secured messages are decrypted before being archived, thus preserving indexing and searchability of the archive, without needing complex key management or infrastructure. This guarantees that eDiscovery, retention, and review processes are unimpeded by either internal or external secure messaging with little additional cost.
The Voltage SecureMail Archive Connector enables organizations to use Voltage SecureMail for end-to-end encryption while preserving the rapid eDiscovery capabilities of Symantec Enterprise Vault. And since the connector leverages IBE, customers don’t need to master complex key management tasks.
"Some organizations are concerned that encryption will prevent or complicate other critical processes, such as email archiving and eDiscovery," said Wasim Ahmad, vice president of marketing, Voltage Security. "The Voltage SecureMail Archive Connector proves the value of Voltage IBE to ensure that encryption and decryption fit seamlessly into an organization."
While many large organizations are required to comply with Sarbanes-Oxley, SEC 17a4, PCI DSS and other regulations, all organizations — large and small — need to master eDiscovery in order to comply with potential court orders, financial audits and legal inquiries. Together, Voltage SecureMail Archive Connector and Symantec Enterprise Vault fulfill those universal eDiscovery needs.
Voltage Security is exhibiting at the Symantec Vision Conference, Booth 711, on June 9-12, 2008 in Las Vegas, NV. [June 10, 2008]
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