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Re: Encryption Guidance

Released on 2012-03-01 00:00 GMT

Email-ID 3464416
Date 2010-10-11 20:46:41
Is this what you are thinking? Does it need to be more detailed? What
types of content am I missing?

PGP should be emphasized and enforced for all executives and other
employees designated by their supervisors. Content that fits into the
following categories should be encrypted although this list is not
all-inclusive. Should there be any doubt about whether something you are
writing should be encrypted, err on the side of caution and encrypt it
o Company financial data, to include budgets and forecasts
o Certain client names and related contract details as deemed necessary
by Meredith Friedman and Beth Bronder. Note that the use of code names,
which will also be determined by Meredith and Beth along with the
Briefers, is not a replacement for using PGP.
o Sensitive personnel information, to include salaries and
health-related information
o Sensitive sourcing insight. For any questions about which of your
sources may fit into this category, please contact Stick.
o CEO travel itinerary, including flight and hotel information and
dates of travel
o Sensitive executive-level discussions

On 10/11/2010 8:58 AM, Fred Burton wrote:

Korena, Would you have time to tackle a draft ?

scott stewart wrote:

IT doesn't have to be super long, but we should tell people that we
need to use encryption whenever we are dealing with very sensitive
insight, client information, etc. and maybe provide a couple notional

*From:* []
*Sent:* Monday, October 11, 2010 8:33 AM
*To:* Scott Stewart; 'Korena Zucha'
*Cc:* Michael D. Mooney; Korena Zucha; Anya Alfano
*Subject:* Re: Encryption Guidance


I know PGP doesn't work on lists.

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*From: *"scott stewart"

*Date: *Mon, 11 Oct 2010 08:17:45 -0400

*To: *'Korena Zucha';

*Cc: *'Michael D. Mooney'; 'Korena
Zucha'; 'Anya Alfano'

*Subject: *RE: Encryption Guidance

We need detailed guidance for our employees.

*From:* Korena Zucha []
*Sent:* Monday, October 11, 2010 12:06 AM
*Cc:* Michael D. Mooney; Scott Stewart; Korena Zucha; Anya Alfano
*Subject:* Re: Encryption Guidance

It was included in the security recs doc but was very top level. What
else do we need?

PGP should be emphasized and enforced for all executives and other
designated employees. This should be applied for all employees dealing
with all things sensitive, financial, client-related (scope of work
and financial), CEO travel, and other executive-level sensitive
discussions as deemed necessary.

On 10/10/2010 1:09 PM,

We need to send out guidance on when to use encryption.

Believe we did that not to long ago?

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