[plasma] Security Boundary Inspection - outgoing messages

"Fitch, Scott C" <scott.c.fitch@lmco.com> Thu, 04 August 2011 20:37 UTC

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From: "Fitch, Scott C" <scott.c.fitch@lmco.com>
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A scenario that is missing from the v02 of the document is the ability to scan outgoing messages. Plasma offers a huge improvement over current S/MIME implementations. This capability is definitely of interest to organizations who want to know what information is leaving their security boundaries via email. I recommend adding it as an additional scenario to the document and would be willing to help write it up if needed.


Scott Fitch
Cyber Architect
Lockheed Martin Enterprise Business Services