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Content Control, Compliance, Archiving, E-Discovery, & Data Leak Prevention

Rackspace Standardizes on CommVault Simpana Software to Provide High Availability of Data
Simpana Software Provides IT-Hosting Company with Key Features to Protect Against Application Downtime and Data Loss

BB&T Selects Orchestria to Support Compliance and Data Loss Initiatives
Real-time policy enforcement and exceptional accuracy are cited as key differentiators

Datawatch Corporation Announces Datawatch|BDS V7.1 for Secure, Centralized Enterprise Document Storage
New security features allow conformance with Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standards (DSS)

 
Messaging & Collaboration

New MX Logic Service Provides Relief to Security Hardware and Software
Low-cost Service Reduces Spam Traffic Early and Allows Enterprises with Onsite Security Solutions to Leverage Managed Services with Minimal Investment

Abaca Identifies, Catches, and Quarantines Sophisticated Phishing Attack for its Customers
What: US Federal Court Subpoena Phish: cacd-uscourts.com

AOL Launches in Hong Kong 

LashBack Launches ListMonitor Automated Email Data Seeding and Monitoring Service
See How Email Lists are Actually Being Used

BigString Corporation Launches Self Destructing Instant Messenger
New Self-Destructing Instant Messaging Technology That Provides Users Privacy and Security Unveiled by BigString Corporation

Six Apart launches first cross-platform blogging application for Facebook
Improving social network utility one blog at a time

SPAMfighter Now Available in Portuguese
Europe's leading spam filter is now available for Portuguese speakers in their preferred language

Are you ready to Tungle? New Tungle Meeting Coordinator Enters Open Beta
Tungle tames the scheduling jungle by allowing Outlook users to coordinate meetings easily with anyone, even users of iCal, Google Calendar and Lotus Notes

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Voltage's Hybrid Encryption Service
We recently talked to Voltage Security, which announced something called "Connected VSN."

VSN is the Voltage Security Network, and it isn't new. It's a hosted service that implements the key management for Voltage-style identity-based encryption (IBE). The idea is that instead of on-premise key management, you centralize the key generation in the cloud. This is similar to the architecture used by Identum (now part of Trend Micro). It's the "Connected" part that's new.

There's a class of customer that wants to do outbound encryption at the gateway--possibly driven by local policy--but doesn't want to provide the decryption service to nonlocal users. This type of hybrid architecture is what Connected VSN is for.

The sender has an on-premise Voltage appliance that manages keys and performs outbound encryption. Recipients then use the VSN service hosted by Voltage to decrypt the message. ... Richi Jennings

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