Cellopoint Email Auditing Protects You against Corporate Spies

Taipei–August 05, 2008–In the recent prominent real estate agent espionage case in Taipei, the two parties made many conflicting statements about the email evidence. This case reveals many important issues connected with corporate governance and dealing with employee email use, real-time auditing, and information evidence. Ideally, companies should guard against unforeseen circumstances. Does employee email use comply with corporate policy? Can email use be monitored without affecting the ability of employees to send and receive messages? Can malicious theft or misuse of information, such as forwarding order details to competitors, be detected immediately, or even before it happens? Can evidence be preserved and presented after an incident happens? The loss of email evidence due to failure to use email backup software, or email evidence's lack of credibility in court due to difficulties in supplying proof, may cause a company irreparable harm. The real estate case is not an isolated example; any firm or organization could encounter a similar situation. Organizations should therefore address email usage issues with caution; they should assess whether email auditing and backup software can protect their confidential and sensitive data from leakage, and look for an optimal solution that can prevent the foregoing kinds of problems from occurring.
Cellopoint's email auditing platform is a dedicated content filter policy management product. It can filter the content of emails from an organization or individual, track email behavior and trends, and provide managers with real-time monitoring functions. It can produce a complete auditing record, facilitate the deployment of organizational email policies, and boost implementation efficiency. It is easy to manage, requires little time from IT personnel, and ensures compliance with corporate rules and regulations. Real-time content filtering, email encryption, and backup policies allow management of all incoming and outgoing email, ensuring that the organization is in compliance with such regulations as HIPAA, GLB, and SOX.