Table: Encrypt outbound message data describes the process for how to set up and configure Symantec Content Encryption to provide encryption for outbound messages.
Table: Encrypt outbound message data
Learn more about how you can use Symantec content Encryption to protection your data.
Symantec content encryption provides you the ability to encrypt outbound messages for greater security and to track statistics for those messages through the Control Center.
See About encrypting messages with Symantec Content Encryption.
Obtain a Symantec Content Encryption license.
You can find licensing information on the following page:
Content > Settings > Content Encryption
See Licensing your product.
Configure your appliance for content encryption functionality.
Procure and install an SSL certificate and configure your hosts for content encryption.
See Preparing your system for content encryption.
Configure the host and port.
Next you must configure the host information and port information for an encryption account.
See Managing the host and port information for content encryption.
Provision your encryption account.
To apply content encryption to your messages, you must work with Symantec to provision an encryption account.
See Provisioning a content encryption account.
Create a content policy with the action Deliver message with content encryption.
When you complete setting up and configuring the appliance for content encryption, you can create content filtering policies to use outbound message encryption.
See Creating a content filtering policy.
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