Before implementation, we had to rely on manually encrypting e-mails and documents when we communicated with them. Subsequently, we've found out that many of them are also MessageLabs' customers. This means that in addition to being able to reassure them that we view security as imperative, we can also take advantage of MessageLabs' secure e-mail services to automatically provide a secure channel from Crown to our customers, said Davis-Pipe.
Logistics and transportation are two of the most common targets for spam and virus attacks. Infected e-mails are often addressed to specific personnel who may unwittingly expose the organisation to disruption and expense.
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