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Egress data security services available to procure via the G-Cloud 11 Framework

Published on 2nd Jul 2019
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July 7, 2019

Egress, the leading provider of people-centric data security solutions, today announces its acceptance onto the G-Cloud 11 Framework, the UK Government’s programme committed to encouraging the adoption of cloud-based services across the Public Sector. Having successfully supported G-Cloud since its inception, the latest iteration represents the first-time organisations will be able to buy Egress Prevent on the platform.

Designed to help government organisations access the latest, leading edge cloud-based technology, G-Cloud 11 features more than 4,000 suppliers, offering over 30,000 solutions. This represents a rise of almost 25%, reflecting the growing importance of the framework as a procurement route for UK Government.

By adding Egress Prevent to the Egress offering, organisations will benefit from an enhanced email protection solution that creates a ‘data security safety net’, helping people prevent emails being sent to the wrong people, as well as minimising the risk of accidental or malicious data breaches.  

Additional email protection capabilities include:
•    The use of machine learning to analyse the level of risk when data is shared via email
•    The application of suitable levels of security, including Egress Protect 
•    Understanding of historical email communications in order to protect against sharing sensitive content with the wrong recipients
•    Increased adoption of security solutions for improved compliance and ROI

Other Egress services on the platform include, Secure WorkspaceEgress Respond and Secure Web Form

About Egress

Our mission is to eliminate the most complex cybersecurity challenge every organisation faces: insider risk. We understand that people get hacked, make mistakes, and break the rules. To prevent these human-activated breaches, we have built the only Human Layer Security platform that defends against inbound and outbound threats. Using patented contextual machine learning we detect and prevent abnormal human behaviour such as misdirected emails, data exfiltration, and targeted spear-phishing attacks.

Used by the world’s biggest brands, Egress is private equity backed and has offices in London, New York, and Boston.