Securing Image Content in Email

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What arrives in our in-boxes these days is becoming progressively richer and fatter. The content includes HTML formatted rich text, hyperlinks and attachments of various types, including Office documents, databases, images, videos, etc. It is now estimated that more than 5 per cent of emails contain images.

Most companies that employ content security have an email/Internet policy document. Email users must read this document and agree to abide by its rules. Email misuse can be deliberate or accidental, so it is important to have the ability to enforce the rules in the policy to prevent a policy ...

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