Learn about how DecryptNaBox addresses the complexity of email encryption and an organizations ability to inspect documents for security or compliance while preserving the organization's private keys.
Zeva's suite of tools have been used to enhance discovery and compliance in court proceedings. Read about the IRS' use of the Zeva SecTool as a part of their process.
Public and government attention is being focused on the loss of electronically maintained personal and financial data, in major publications such as the New York Times and the Washington Post. Feature articles raise serious concerns about lost, stolen or misused personal and financial information. These losses have been so extensive that they are now being categorized as “mega breaches,” because they are so extensive that it may be impossible to confirm the number of actual data breaches in companies, and agencies during a particular time period.
After over 15 years of discussions and negotiation, the European Union (EU) released the Data Protection Directive (Directive 95/46/EC) in 1995. Considered the first formal data protection policy, the directive regulated the processing, collection and storage of personal data for all the EU citizens and applied it to companies outside the EU region that processed data for EU residents. In April 2016, the EU Parliament approved the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) to replace the Data Protection Directive to strengthen and unify data protection for all individuals within the EU and address the export of personal data externally.