Would You Survive a Data Breach?

Ross MacKenzie
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Tags: Email Security
Would you Survive a Data Breach?

More and more high-level data breaches have been reported to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) in recent months, culminating in UK legal professionals being advised to take extra care over the transmission and storage of personal information.

To provide advice and guidance, we’ve teamed up with secure messaging experts Daniel Patterson and Jasper Warren from Cobweb Solutions for our latest webinar series. They’ll be sharing their insight and expertise on the best ways to securely transfer large, confidential files to keep your data safe. The introduction will be delivered by Alex Hilton CEO of Cloud Industry Forum. We hope you’ll join us. 

The webinar will cover:

  • Risks of data breaches and how to avoid them

  • Detailed use case from a legal firm

  • Implications of cloud solutions and keeping your data under your control and in the UK

Live, interactive demonstration of a secure messaging solution, showing how to:

  • Send encrypted emails

  • Monitor, track and seamlessly recall emails

  • Recall emails

  • Securely send files of up to 5GB in size

Plus your chance to ask any questions about how the solution could work in your environment. This webinar is now over. We're sorry for any inconvenience caused.

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