SC Magazine: Entrust Entelligence Messaging Server is a five-star product
DALLAS, Sept. 18 /CNW/ -- Most organizations want a strong, reliable
e-mail security solution to enable faster, more efficient communication with
employees, vendors and customers. Yet standards-based decryption, usability
and overall management have either required broader infrastructure or the use
of proprietary tools to operate. That is why Entrust, Inc. (Nasdaq: ENTU) has
released the next version of its user-friendly e-mail security solution,
Entrust Entelligence Messaging Server (EMS) 9.0.
"Securing e-mail communication in a seamless, user-friendly manner is a
key component of a layered security strategy that enables business interaction
with consumers, enterprises and governments," said Entrust Chairman, President
and Chief Executive Officer Bill Conner. "EMS 9.0 provides organizations a
faster, easier means to encrypt and decrypt e-mail messages within the most
popular e-mail clients in use today."
The new release of Entrust Entelligence Messaging Server can now issue
its own industry-standard decryption certificates for external recipients to
download. This allows recipients to receive secure e-mail directly and
transparently into their e-mail application of choice, such as Lotus Notes or
Microsoft Outlook. An external certification authority (CA) is no longer
needed because the solution uses an on-board CA technology. Organizations also
can leverage any existing external credentials using EMS 9.0, so they are not
forced to abandon prior investments in these credentials.
Further evidence of the convenience and usability of Entrust Entelligence
Messaging Server 9.0 appeared in the September 2007 issue of SC Magazine. The
publication rated EMS as a five-star product and one of the best choices for
the money. The appliance-based e-mail encryption solution, which serves as a
key component in a layered security approach, joins Entrust IdentityGuard as
products SC Magazine has reviewed and praised.
Perfect for the mobile workforce, a new mobile browser interface allows
any user who has a Web-enabled mobile phone to log in, read and respond to
secure messages. This capability is in addition to the already-available
native BlackBerry integration.
In an April 2007 report titled "You've Got Encrypted E-mail," Forrester
principal analyst Paul Stamp said, "Many organizations now routinely exchange
sensitive data with partners over e-mail, but many do not have a mandated
method to do so. These days, many auditors are putting the heat on
organizations that don't have a company standard for secure e-mail. Moreover,
consumers increasingly expect to be able to exchange private information with
merchants and vendors in a secure manner."
To increase platform security, Entrust Entelligence Messaging Serve 9.0
can leverage optional versatile authentication for administration
applications, configuration privileges and webmail access. New auditing and
reporting functions can provide compliance officers, administrators and
configurators detailed reports on usage and events within the messaging
Additional features in this release include a system dashboard and
message-tracking interface, as well as various tools for reporting on the
health of a cluster of Entrust Entelligence Messaging Server appliances and
diagnosing issues that may arise. Many of these features are coveted by top
financial institutions and organizations that demand a high level of
availability and system security.
Entrust Entelligence Messaging Server is part of an overall encryption
and information protection platform found under the Entrust Entelligence
portfolio, which includes full disk encryption, network folder encryption,
file encryption, end-to-end e-mail encryption and gateway encryption products.
Entrust (Nasdaq: ENTU) secures digital identities and information for
consumers, enterprises and governments in 1,650 organizations spanning 60
countries. Leveraging a layered security approach to address growing risks,
Entrust solutions help secure the most common digital identity and information
protection pain points in an organization. These include SSL, authentication,
fraud detection, shared data protection and e-mail security. For information,
call 888-690-2424, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.entrust.com.
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and certain other countries. In Canada, Entrust is a registered trademark of
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