Lancashire Teaching Hospitals Deploys Voltage Security's SecureMail Encryption System

Voltage SecureMail allows the encryption of both internal and external communication with a minimum amount

January 21, 2009

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Lincoln's Inn Fields, London-January 19, 2009-Voltage Security, a global leader in information encryption, has announced that Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has deployed Voltage SecureMail(tm) to protect sensitive information that may be contained in email messages. Unlike other government approaches to messaging security, Voltage SecureMail allows the Trust to encrypt both internal and external communication with a minimum amount of effort by users, administrators and management. As a result, the hospitals are able to protect patient data and comply with National Health Service (NHS) and other regulations, while keeping overall costs low.

"Deploying Voltage email encryption is a win-win situation for us: end users get an easy and straightforward experience and administrators don't have to manage encryption keys, software downloads or installation of files," stated Saeed Umar, Lancashire Teaching Hospitals' IT Project Manager.

According to Mr.Umar, four factors set the Voltage encryption solution apart from the competition:

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