Strategies for Controlling Email Risks with Declining Budgets

Strategies for Controlling Email Risks with Declining Budgets

Proofpoint CEO Gary Steele discusses today's email security landscape, including trends related to inbound spam and virus, data loss prevention, email encryption, email archiving and how SaaS email security solutions can greatly reduce costs while improving security. Learn more about the trend toward email security and compliance in the cloud and how to combat increasing email risks and escalating costs in an era of declining budgets.

Watch this videocast and learn about:

  • Defending against inbound threats such as spam, viruses, phishing and denial-of-service attacks
  • Protecting data privacy and preventing leaks of confidential information via email
  • Trends that are driving adoption of policy-based email encryption technology
  • How email archiving technology can greatly reduce the costs associated with eDiscovery, email storage management and litigation
  • The benefits of cloud computing for email security
  • How Proofpoint's solutions offer the fastest time-to-value and lowest total cost of ownership


    Gary Steele CEO, Proofpoint Gary Steele is CEO of SaaS email security, archiving and DLP vendor Proofpoint. Before Proofpoint, Steele served as CEO of Portera, an applications company in the professional services industry. Prior to Portera, Steele served as vice president and general manager at Sybase, Inc. Steele's prior experience includes business development, marketing, and engineering roles at Sun and HP. He holds a B.S. degree in computer science from Washington State University.
    Proofpoint, Inc.
    16 Sep 2009
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