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Datasheets, papers and presentations

janusNET provide a number of technical papers and presentations for you to download. These papers are provided in either Adobe Acrobat or Microsoft Powerpoint formats. Free viewers for these formats are available at:


Datasheet - janusGATE

Information (brochure) on janusGATE Mobile.

Whitepaper - Using janusSEAL to comply with the Protective Marking requirements of Her Majesty's Government

A whitepaper which summarises the current protective marking requirements applicable to the United Kingdom (UK) government sector and demonstrates how the janusSEAL suite can be used to comply with those requirements.

Managing the risks of official information in E-mail

Presented at the ITSP Forum, November 2005 (PPT; 684kB) This presentation outlines how Protective Markings in email can simplify email security for end-users and lower the risk of official information leakage for all Government agencies.

Email Protective Marking Standard for the Australian Government, version 2012.3

PDF; 889kB; v2012.3 © Commonwealth of Australia 2012; Email Protective Marking Standard for the Australian Government, Copyright Australian Government 2012. Retrieved from the Department of Finance and Deregulation web site. This standard defines the format of protective markings that may be included in Internet e-mail message headers exchanged between Australian Government agencies. A protective marking is used to convey the security classification of information in a message, as defined within the Australian Government's Protective Security Policy Framework. The protective marking may also contain additional security information about the message that tells systems and users how to appropriately handle and protect the information contained in the message.


Architecture for ACSI33 email security requirements

PDF; 258kB This paper outlines the changes in the security policy for email within Australian Government agencies, specifically the email protective marking policy defined in the March 2005 edition of ACSI33. Furthermore, it proposes a general email system architecture to fulfil these requirements. Finally it shows how janusNET's janusSEAL and Clearswift's MIMEsweeper are used together to implement this architecture. This paper is intended for ICT security professionals working in Australian Government agencies.


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