Computer Security Technology Ltd

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Symantec (aka Broadcom) provides solutions to help enterprises assure the security, availability, and integrity of their information.

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Network-based email encryption with no client software

Protect sensitive data wherever it goes and wherever It resides - even in the Cloud, protect your information in email, whether in transit or at rest.  Symantec Gateway Email Encryption powered by PGP technology provides centrally managed email encryption to secure email communications with customers and partners regardless of whether or not recipients have their own email encryption software. With Symantec Gateway Email Encryption, organisations can minimise the risk of a data breach while complying with regulatory mandates for information security and privacy.

CST is one of the first UK partners to achieve the covered Symantec Encryption Specialisation along with Symantec Enterprise Security we are well placed to compare and contrast the solutions, the features and how if used together they can create a posture of 'security in-depth'.


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Symantec already have some strong encryption solutions and have cemented this position with the purchase of PGP. The vision with these solutions to provide complete and flexible end to end encryption, be it on hard drives, removable media, email or data at rest in the corporate LAN. As well as excellent encryption, PGP also additionally helps with the associated headache of key management. The universal server as its name suggests, is a single management platform for the administration, control and support of the encryption keys across the product range.  
This all bodes well for the organisation that may want a simple encryption solution for laptops now for instance, but in time may wish to scale to a complete Data Loss Prevention (DLP) style strategy.

Nigel Lewis