BAE Systems Unveils Cloud-Based Platforms in Canada

Bae-systems-logo_ExecutiveBiz1BAE Systems has introduced several cloud-based platforms designed to help businesses based in Canada protect their data infrastructure from potential cyber attacks.

The company said Tuesday the Zero Day Prevention offering under its Email Protection Services portfolio aims to protect clients from unknown attacks by screening cloud-based emails for malware and malicious content before they get into the recipient’s inbox.

BAE Systems’ Insider Threat Prevention Service intends to help enterprises address threats posed by employees involved in accidental or intentional data breaches.

The company’s EPS suite also includes:

  • Email Data Loss Prevention
  • Email Encryption
  • Email Anti-Virus and Anti-Spam
  • Email Archiving
  • Email Business Continuity

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