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Boldon James Launch Information Classification Products at InfoSecurity 2010

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Latest versions provide regulatory compliance, information security and enhanced DLP.

Maidenhead, April 27th, 2010 – From 27th – 29th April, InfoSecurity 2010 delegates will be able to see demonstrations of Boldon James latest information classification solutions, which are to be launched at this year‟s event. Boldon James are exhibiting on Stand F80, alongside parent company, QinetiQ.

“In response to the growing demand for protective marking of documents and consistent handling of classified data assets in both the regulated and Large Commercial markets we are proud to be able to introduce a new generation of our Information Classification System (ICS) product line at InfoSecurity 2010” said Boldon James CEO, Martin Sugden.

The ICS product set, which includes SAFEmail ICS, SAFEoffice ICS and SAFEshare ICS, enhances the key Microsoft applications involved in the authoring, exchange and sharing of documents and data. The result is a dependable and convenient means of establishing data classification across an organisation, in turn driving a simple, easily-deployed Data Loss Prevention solution.

Richard Taylor, Governance Manager at Warrington Borough Council said “Boldon James SAFEmail ICS and SAFEoffice ICS were selected to provide e-mail and document labelling due to their capability to fulfil the requirements of not only the Government Connect Code of Connection, but also because of their capacity to further improve our approach to data leakage prevention.”

The latest generation of ICS products utilise an administration console allowing policies to be easily defined. These policies can range from a simple label to complex multi-tiered rule-based classification, and related clearance and “releasability‟ checking.

Customers with well-defined data classification needs (such as the UK public sector seeking to meet the requirements of the Government Protective Marking Scheme) will also be able to take advantage of pre-built policy templates that enable rapid deployment.

The ability to build more comprehensive classification policies is complemented by a wider range of labelling capabilities now supported by simple, streamlined end-user interface components that complement the associated Microsoft applications.

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