Janusseal for Outlook Web App is simple to install, deploy and manage
Janusseal for Outlook Web App is installed at the Exchange Server(s) in an organisation's network. It is deployed to end user notebooks or desktops when they access the server using a Web browser.
Janusseal for Outlook Web App and Janusseal for Outlook are centrally managed using the same configuration settings that are implemented for your network or organisation. This greatly simplifies management and increases control over security. Adjustments and corrections are very easily and rapidly implemented.
Janusseal for Outlook Web App is simple for the end user
The protective markings, defined in your organisation's email policy, are applied when an email is sent, or when a calendar appointment is made. This is done using the familiar pop up dialog box which must be finalised before the action can be completed, e.g. sending or forwarding an email.
[i]The Janusseal for Outlook Web App pop up classification dialog box.
NB: A classification label must be selected before the message is able to be sent.[/i]
Janusseal for Outlook Web App is highly configurable
If needed, classification labels can be further refined to provide fine grained definitions to suit the specific needs of your organisation.
[i]In this example, the CONFIDENTIAL classification could be further refined using an audience qualifier drop list. The choice of definitions would be determined and implemented according to the organisation's specific needs.[/i]
Janusseal for Outlook Web App aids the recipient
Janusseal for Outlook Web App helps recipients of protectively marked email by providing a very clear indication of the classification level of received email.
Janusseal for Outlook Web App prominently displays the security classification information in a new header field in the display message window.
Janusseal for Outlook Web App complies with Government and Commercial standards
Janusseal for Outlook Web App complies with Government Email Protective Marking Standards and any commercial email security classification label:
- Australian Government EPMS 2012.3,
- UK Government GPMS (GCSx CoCo 4.1), and
- can be quickly configured to security classification labels of alternative scheme.
Importantly, it the standard you are using has been developing over time Janusseal for Outlook Web App can be configured to understand previous definitions.