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How to convince Externals IronPort is safe to send confidental emails?

Please can some one in Cisco help me

I need to put together a nice docuement peferable with nice graphics if available to explain that Cisco IronPort is a secure means of sending email data and that Iron port uses industry standard high levels of encyption and just how secure that is.

This will mean basicly that any one that needs to send a confidental email to me, will be able to evaluate how strong IRONPORT is and know they are following good practise and remaining correct to their data policys for transit.

Please can I have some good links or some aleady detailed documention that explains the security of IronPort send secure?

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How to convince Externals IronPort is safe to send confidental e

Hello na na,

if I understanding you correctly then this is mainly about document encryption vs.email encryption, right? So a good starting point would be the product pages for the Encryption appliances, and CRES as well

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps10602/index.html

The data sheet for the Encryption appliance has some nice explanations and graphs.

Hope that helps,

Andreas

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How to convince Externals IronPort is safe to send confidental e

Please can I have this docuement:

Partner Sales Resources
How to Sell IronPort Products

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps10154/products_partner_resources_list.html

I am reading this (http://www.ironport.com/pdf/ironport_dlp_booklet.pdf)

but it does not really help me explain to an external that logging into a securemail email account and sending files is secure

I am reading this (http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/vpndevc/ps10128/ps10154/data_sheet_c78-694035.pdf)

but it also does not have detail.

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How to convince Externals IronPort is safe to send confidental e

If data management and persons wishing to be secure regarding the way they send data to their customers or vendors and currently rely on simple password protected files.

What is more secure? a word docuement intercepted with a five chracter all lower case password or a non password protected word docuement but sent over Ironport Encryption Appliance?

If a word file with a simple password is intercepted in transit, it would be security risk compared to this same file being sent with no password and over cisco's ironport solution.

Where is this information.

How many bits is secure mail, it is HTTPS but that in conjunction with Ironport is how secure.

How can customers know they can rely on Ironport to both send and receive emails via  “Ironport Encryption Appliance”.

Please can some one dirrect me in the correct dirrection ?

How to convince Externals IronPort is safe to send confidental e

Hello na na,

if I understanding you correctly then this is mainly about document encryption vs.email encryption, right? So a good starting point would be the product pages for the Encryption appliances, and CRES as well

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps10602/index.html

The data sheet for the Encryption appliance has some nice explanations and graphs.

Hope that helps,

Andreas

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