New eBook: 5 Keys to Secure Enterprise Messaging

AWS is excited to announce a new eBook, 5 Keys to Secure Enterprise Messaging. The new eBook includes best practices for addressing the security and compliance risks associated with messaging apps.

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      <td width="100%">An estimated 3.09 billion mobile phone users access messaging apps to communicate, and this figure is projected to grow to <a href="https://www.statista.com/statistics/483255/number-of-mobile-messaging-users-worldwide/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">3.51 billion users</a> in 2025.</td> 
   <p>Legal and regulatory requirements for data protection, privacy, and data retention have made protecting business communications a priority for organizations across the globe. Although consumer messaging apps are convenient and support real-time communication with colleagues, customers, and partners, they often lack the robust security and administrative controls many businesses require.</p> 
   <p>The eBook details five keys to secure enterprise messaging that balance people, process, and technology.</p> 
   <p>We encourage you to read the eBook, and learn about:</p> 
    <li>Establishing messaging policies and guidelines that are effective for your workforce</li> 
    <li>Training employees to use messaging apps in a way that doesn’t increase organizational risk</li> 
    <li>Building a security-first culture</li> 
    <li>Using true end-to-end encryption (E2EE) to secure communications</li> 
    <li>Retaining data to help meet requirements, without exposing it to outside parties</li> 
   <p><a href="https://d1.awsstatic.com/Security/eBook_5_Keys_to_Secure_Enterprise_Messaging_2023.pdf" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Download 5 Keys to Secure Enterprise Messaging</a>.</p> 
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