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SIRVA Deploys Encryption Technology

PGP announced that SIRVA is deploying a comprehensive PGP solution to protect and defend its vast amount of customer and employee data

PALO ALTO, Calif. -- PGP Corporation, a global leader in enterprise data protection, today announced that SIRVA, Inc. (NYSE:SIR), a global relocation services provider, is deploying a comprehensive PGP® solution to protect and defend its vast amount of customer and employee data.

SIRVA is a leader in providing relocation and moving solutions to consumers, corporations, and governments, conducting more than 300,000 relocations every year. Operating in more than 40 countries with approximately 5,000 employees, SIRVA has an extensive network of agents and other service providers in more than 175 countries. The company handles an enormous amount of detailed customer information – that extends well beyond new and old addresses, highlighting the need protect its sensitive data. It also wanted to avoid costly, brand-damaging data breaches that continue to occur at alarming rates. The company is actively implementing the PGP® Encryption Platform, including PGP® Whole Disk Encryption, PGP® Desktop Email, PGP Universal™ Gateway Email, and PGP® Command Line to secure data on laptops and file servers as well as in email and file transfers. PGP Universal™ Server, the foundation of the PGP Encryption Platform architecture, provides central management of all platform–enabled applications.

“PGP Corporation offered the best approach for protecting our valuable information,” said Chuck Shmayel, SIRVA’s vice president of Infrastructure and Security. “The platform approach enabled us to quickly secure our laptops, which was a critical requirement, then ensure end-to-end email protection, and finally to encrypt our batch transfers. Using a single management console for deploying and monitoring all our encryption applications helps us maximize resources and ensure consistent policies with the best key management on the market.”

PGP Corp.

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