Centennial Software (centennial-software.com) Spams

This reminded us of companies that spammed us about 'defacement protection' when we ran the defacement archive. Now we have companies spamming us with dataloss protection, citing a site (Privacy Rights Clearinghouse) who uses our data. We're the ones who started DatalossDB.

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Date: Thu, 01 Nov 2007 06:19:57 +1100
Subject: The cost of data breaches
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What are you doing to protect your data?

Did you know that the total number of records containing sensitive 
personal information involved in security breaches over the past 
two years is approaching 170 million?*  In just the last month, 40 
security breaches were reported which resulted in data loss of 
more than 7 million records.  Are you doing everything possible to 
avoid adding to these statistics?

If you care about protecting your company's data, you need 
Centennial DeviceWall to lock down unauthorized file transfers 
from corporate PCs to portable storage devices.

DeviceWall delivers you peace of mind by enforcing security 
policies created to prevent sensitive files from leaving the 
network and stop malicious code being introduced into your 
infrastructure. These policies can be based on user access, device 
access or even file content.

Attend a webinar that will demonstrate how DeviceWall can protect 
your network:
Register for November 1st, 2007 9am PT / 12:00pm ET

Register for November 6th, 2007 10am PT / 1pm ET

Download a trial version of DeviceWall.

* www.privacyrights.org

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