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1 W H I T E PA P E R Secure Inside the Corporate Network: Providing Encryption at the Internal Desktop

2 Table of Contents Introduction 2 Encryption at the Internal Desktop 2 Current Techniques for Desktop Encryption 3 Compression and Encrypted Attachments 3 Using an S/MIME-based PKI for Desktop Security 4 Using PGP on the Desktop 4 Identity-based Encryption 5 The Ideal Solution 5 Ideal User Experience of a Typical Sender 5 Ideal User Experience of Two Typical Recipients 6 Ideal User Experience of a Typical Administrator 6 Tumbleweed Plug-in Coming in The Tumbleweed Plug-in Approach 7 Conclusion Secure Inside the Corporate Network

3 Introduction Each organization has its own unique security needs when it comes to sending and receiving sensitive information via from complying with government privacy regulations in Healthcare (HIPAA) and Financial Services (GLBA) to enforcing corporate policies (SOX) and protecting intellectual property. Although individual implementations vary, current security requirements typically fall into two categories: inbound protection and outbound security. v Inbound protection. Protecting the inbound stream from viruses, spam, dark traffic, and other malicious messages is critical for network efficiency, user productivity, and policy compliance. A combination of firewall, antispam, anti-virus, anti-phishing, and antihacking products are generally deployed to guard against these threats. v Outbound security. Securing the information that exits a corporate network is as important as defending the inbound stream, because misuse of corporate information, data leakage, and delivery of improper content can result in significant exposure. Content filtering, authentication, and encryption solutions can mitigate these risks. An effective approach to both inbound and outbound security is to apply protection at the enterprise boundary, where enters or leaves the corporate network. This strategy simplifies security by allowing administrators to define and manage security policies and measures centrally and universally, without requiring individual users to actively implement them. Until recently, securing at the gateway to the enterprise has been sufficient for most organizations. ENCRYPTION AT THE INTERNAL DESKTOP Securing between users inside the corporate network has not been a major concern for most organizations with sufficient security at the gateway to the enterprise. Today, however, a combination of changing business, regulatory, and technology factors are highlighting the need for organizations to re-evaluate their protection strategies and consider implementing a third type of security: encryption at the internal desktop. - As business relationships become more distributed and complex, internal networks are providing access for more remote users and non-employees. This blurs the line between internal and external recipients and makes the network less trusted. - It is becoming increasingly common for users to send sensitive information to a combination of internal and external recipients who may warrant different levels of security and have different encryption/decryption capabilities. - Increased regulation requires greater control over the information exchanged within internal networks, including encryption to protect against unauthorized access. - Desktop encryption software has become easier to deploy, making it a viable solution for protecting sensitive information inside corporate networks. This paper summarizes several current techniques for encrypting at the desktop, and outlines the characteristics of an ideal solution that overcomes their various limitations. It also provides an overview of the new desktop encryption enhancements that will be available for Tumbleweed Secure Messenger and Tumbleweed Firewall in Secure Inside the Corporate Network

4 Current Techniques for Desktop Encryption One of the major challenges with any security solution is to balance the absolute security requirements with usability. This is especially true for secure products if they are not easy to use and fully integrated into the normal workflow, the user community will not adopt them. This is because they don t pass a simple Friday afternoon test. Imagine a busy employee who has to send an important two minutes before leaving for the weekend. While assembling the message, the employee realizes it really should be sent securely. An encryption system will only pass the test if it is integrated with the normal workflow, and so easy to use that the employee will encrypt the message rather than continuing with standard and hoping for the best. A variety of encryption technologies and approaches provide different levels of security and usability. They include: - Compression and encrypted attachments - Relying on passwords as a Shared Secret - Using a full PKI for desktop security - Using PGP on the desktop - Identity-based encryption COMPRESSION AND ENCRYPTED ATTACHMENTS A number of desktop utilities enable individual users to create encrypted archives of files that can be attached to s and sent to internal or external recipients (e.g. WinZIP ). Some support only password-based encryption while others allow the use of the recipient s digital certificate to perform the encryption. This is one of the simplest methods for providing encryption at the desktop, but generally requires senders to initiate the encryption process outside of the client. Utilities can be linked into the sender s system relatively easily by adding an encrypt and send option to the menus available on the desktop. Many of these systems also only support password-based encryption schemes, the limitations of which are discussed below. Relying on Passwords as a Shared Secret Many of the simpler encryption schemes follow three steps: - The sender gathers the information they wish to send into a package. - The sender uses some tool to encrypt the package, and creates a password that the recipient will use to decrypt it on the receiving end. - The sender s the package to the recipient(s). 03 Secure Inside the Corporate Network

5 This approach has several limitations: - It doesn t account for how senders provide recipients with passwords. - It doesn t easily scale beyond a few users. - It tends to result in very loose security, with either standard known passwords being used and shared among multiple users, or passwords being included in the s themselves. - It doesn t enable the message body of an to be encrypted along with the attachments. USING AN S/MIME-BASED PKI FOR DESKTOP SECURITY Public Key Infrastructures (PKIs) use virtual IDs, or digital certificates, to validate the identity of organizations, computers, and individuals before allowing a transaction or communication to occur. The ability to encrypt and decrypt using digital certificates and the S/MIME standard is built into many desktop clients, including Microsoft Outlook and Outlook Express, Lotus Notes, Mac Mail, and Thunderbird. Yet S/MIME has not been adopted as a universal encryption standard. This is because desktop-based encryption solutions that rely on thousands of individuals installing and consistently using digital certificates have not passed the Friday afternoon test because they are not only cost-prohibitive, but they are also difficult to use. For example: v To encrypt a message, the sender must first find a certificate for each recipient. If the intended recipient does not have a certificate or the sender can t find it, the encrypted can t be sent. If certificates are found, senders must import each individual certificate into their clients. This is time-consuming and difficult to manage, particularly for nontechnical users. v Who do you trust? Managing individual certificates on the desktop requires that senders know how to verify certificates from different issuers, and what to do when certificates become invalid or expire. v Publishing a certificate directory is a security risk! If a company places a directory of internal users certificates on the Internet or corporate intranet for others to look up, it is opening the door to Directory Harvest Attacks and other threats from malicious hackers. These limitations combined with the expense and administrative overhead of deploying a traditional PKI has prevented widespread deployment of desktop encryption. It is simply too cumbersome. USING PGP ON THE DESKTOP Using desktop clients to implement PGP encryption between individuals imposes many of the same limitations as S/MIME-based desktop encryption. While the trust model is usually different, the requirement that individual senders have pre-existing PGP keys for all intended recipients only works well for small communities, and does not scale within larger enterprises. As with S/MIME and X509 certificates, publishing a directory of internal keys on the Internet to improve scalability is a security risk. 04 Secure Inside the Corporate Network

6 IDENTITY-BASED ENCRYPTION PGP, S/MIME, and X509-based approaches typically run into deployment problems because of the need for senders to know in advance the encryption keys associated with each recipient. In the last few years, some new approaches to PKI have been suggested which remove the need to share public keys or digital certificates. These approaches, dubbed identity-based encryption, simplify the process by using some other already-known feature, such as the recipient s address, as a pseudo public key. The cryptography underlying these techniques is relatively new and has not been subjected to the same level of peer review as encryption using PGP or X509 certificates. As a result, identity-based encryption techniques do not have the same standing in the cryptographic community. They also have some characteristics that make them less attractive than they first appear: v The encryption scheme actually relies on a single central Master Key. Compromise of this Master Key has the potential to break system security. v The recipient s address is not enough in itself. Using only the address as a pseudo public key does not allow revocation of keys. If a key is compromised, the recipient must change addresses or risk a security breach. In practice, the public key is constructed using a combination of date/time, address, and information about the Master Key. This means that a particular recipient may have multiple private keys, significantly increasing complexity. v Unlike methods which rely on standards already supported by a variety of desktop and mobile clients, this method requires installing proprietary software on every system you consume on. This can be very time-consuming and challenging to support for user who rely on multiple methods for receiving . The Ideal Solution The ideal desktop encryption solution for internal networks will eliminate the weaknesses and limitations of current techniques. For example, the ideal desktop-to-desktop encryption solution: - Does not place any administrative burden on the sender, unlike conventional desktop S/MIME and PGP. - Can scale to support growing user communities, which is not possible with password-based techniques. - Integrates easily into the normal workflow, unlike encrypting attachments. - Does not rely on pseudo public-keys, which are unproven and tricky at best. - Can effectively deal with encrypting to a combined group of internal and external recipients. IDEAL USER EXPERIENCE OF A TYPICAL SENDER Bob works for Enterprise X. He needs to send secure to Alice, who is within Enterprise X and Carol, an external partner. He should be able to send the encrypted message from his existing client without having to worry that Alice is internal and Carol is external. He may or may not have previously sent to Alice or Carol, and he may or may not have previously sent encrypted to anyone. Bob is an executive user who does not have time to understand or manage digital certificates he just wants his messages to be delivered securely. 05 Secure Inside the Corporate Network

7 IDEAL USER EXPERIENCE OF TWO TYPICAL RECIPIENTS Alice receives the secure from Bob, and may not have previously sent or received secure . She should be able to decrypt the from Bob without worrying about her own software, certificates, or keys. This means that Alice should either have pre-installed software to handle the decryption (distributed by the administrator), or the she receives should include easyto-follow decryption instructions. This might include a link to software she can download and install on her desktop. Alice should also be able to reply to both Bob and Carol securely, without concerning herself with who is internal and what encryption method is used. Once any initial software or key is installed, Alice should be able to read any secure she receives, even if her computer is not connected to the Internet. Carol should be able to receive secure messages from Enterprise X in her preferred encryption format. She may already use S/MIME or OpenPGP encryption, or she may not have any previous encryption capability. Carol should not need to know whether Bob and Alice are encrypting from their desktops or using gateway encryption. She should simply be able to reply to or originate secure messages using her preferred method and have them delivered to Bob and Alice. In addition, encrypted messages originating from Carol should be scanned for viruses and policy violations before being allowed into Enterprise X. IDEAL USER EXPERIENCE OF A TYPICAL ADMINISTRATOR Ted is the administrator for Enterprise X. He wants to enable employees to exchange secure internally and externally, but does not want to have to issue and manage certificates for internal and external users. As much as possible, he wants encryption between internal and external users with and without desktop software to be handled automatically by the gateway server. Ted does not have time or resources to support complex client installation and setup for each user who needs to send secure . Ideally, he will be able to remotely install and enable secure for users from his own administration console. In cases where Ted is required to distribute software for installation, he needs to take into account the profile of users such as Bob, and allow them to send and receive secure with minimal knowledge about encryption. Tumbleweed Plug-in Coming in 2006 Tumbleweed is the leading provider of solutions for securing communications. In the current releases of Tumbleweed software, MailGate Firewall (EMF) and Secure Messenger (SM) work together to inspect all outbound at the network gateway. Based on custom policies that each Tumbleweed customer administrator defines, it automatically identifies violations based on the content of the , and redirects suspect messages to a secure, encrypted channel for further action. This perimeter-based design ensures that every employee, customer, and partner benefits from secure without having to actively implement and manage it on their own desktops. 06 Secure Inside the Corporate Network

8 Encrypted is delivered to external desktops based on administrator-defined policies that determine the most appropriate delivery medium for the intended recipient. The major encryption standards (S/MIME, OpenPGP, SMG) are used for recipients who have encryption/decryption capabilities in their clients already, and Secure Messenger and Secure Envelope are used to deliver encrypted to recipients without requiring anything beyond an client and Web browser. While offering highly secure encryption options, these capabilities are not currently integrated with standard clients, reducing their effectiveness at the internal desktop. In response to the growing need for higher security inside corporate networks, Tumbleweed will release a desktop encryption plug-in for MailGate Secure Messenger that: - Is easy to deploy and easy to use, enabling users to encrypt messages from their desktops using the software they already know. - Integrates seamlessly with existing workflow and desktop clients. - Works effortlessly with other Tumbleweed methods for external encryption, so that senders do not need to worry about whether recipients are located inside or outside the enterprise. THE TUMBLEWEED PLUG-IN APPROACH The Tumbleweed desktop encryption plug-in will provide the proven security of PKI deployments without the complexity and burden of certificate or key management. Combined with the flexible Firewall, it will allow organizations to manage desktop-to-desktop encryption in a way that is most appropriate for each user. The three diagrams, beginning on the next page, illustrate how the desktop plug-in will work for three typical use cases: 1. Where the sender (Bob) is a user of the desktop plug-in, and the recipient (John) has also previously installed the desktop plug-in and enrolled in the system. 2. Where the sender (Bob) is a user of the desktop plug-in, and the recipient (Alice) is an internal user who has not yet installed the plug-in. 3. Where the sender (Bob) is a user of the desktop plug-in, and the recipient (Carol) is an external recipient outside of the enterprise. These diagrams have been separated to show the flow of information in each scenario, but of course Bob could easily be sending the same message to all three recipients at once. The approach taken by the desktop encryption plug-in means that Bob doesn t need to worry about who is who, and the plug-in will simply chose the right approach for each recipient. Of course once John, Alice, or Carol have received Bob s message, they can reply to him by effectively reversing the processes shown here. 07 Secure Inside the Corporate Network

9 Bob creates an in Outlook and tags it to be sent securely. Plug-in checks local certificate cache for public key for John. If key is found, skip to step 5. Plug-in uses SOAP call to query for a certificate for John. Server checks certificate store. John is an enrolled desktop user, so his certificate is returned. Plug-in performs encryption of message using John s public key. Encrypted is routed through Exchange Server. John s Outlook client receives encrypted . Plug-in uses John s private key to decrypt the . Decrypted is presented to John. Figure 1: Bob sends a secure to John, another internal user who has previously installed the plug-in 08 Secure Inside the Corporate Network

10 Bob creates an in Outlook and tags it to be sent securely. Plug-in checks local certificate cache for public key for Alice. Alice has not yet installed the desktop client, so no key is present. Plug-in uses SOAP call to query for a certificate for Alice. Server checks local certificate store. Alice has not installed the desktop client, so does not have a key. Server checks whether Alice is an internal or external user by referencing local rules and/or Active Directory. Alice is an internal user without a key. No certificate is returned. 11 Plug-in sends message over SOAP directly to Tumbleweed Server for delivery. Secure Messenger stores message encrypted on disk. Secure Messenger notification is sent to Alice. Because Alice is an internal user, this notification will include instructions for Alice to install the desktop plug-in for future desktop security. The notification is routed to Alice via Exchange. Alice authenticates, and retrieves the via HTTPS. Because Alice is an internal user, her authentication can be linked into Active Directory and use the same credentials. Figure 2: Bob sends a secure to Alice, an internal user who has not yet installed the desktop plug-in 09 Secure Inside the Corporate Network

11 Bob creates an in Outlook and tags it to be sent securely. Plug-in checks local certificate cache for public key for Carol. Since Carol is not an internal user, it does not find one. Plug-in uses SOAP call to query for a certificate for Carol. Tumbleweed server checks local store. Carol is an external user, so there is no individual certificate. Server checks whether Carol is defined as an internal or external user by referencing Active Directory. Carol is an external user, so a general server certificate is returned to the plug-in to use for encryption Plug-in performs encryption of message using Server s public key. Encrypted is routed through Exchange Server. Exchange sees Carol as an external recipient, and routes via SMTP to Tumbleweed server. Tumbleweed Server uses its private key to decrypt the . Secure Messenger notification and delivery are then used to forward to Carol. A notification is sent to Carol containing a URL which will bring her back to the web site to pick up her secure . Carol authenticates, and retrieves the via HTTPS. Figure 3: Bob sends a secure to Carol, a recipient outside of his organization. This example shows Carol receiving the using Secure Messenger delivery, but she could equally well be configured to use Proxy S/MIME or Proxy OpenPGP messages 10 Secure Inside the Corporate Network

12 Conclusion Shifting business processes and communications needs, expanding internal networks, and increased regulatory requirements are prompting many organizations to re-evaluate their security strategies. Specifically, they are looking for ways to secure traveling within their corporate networks just as they secure entering and leaving the enterprise. One approach is to augment existing perimeter-based security with an additional layer of protection inside the firewall, at the internal desktop. By providing encryption capabilities to individual users, organizations can ensure that sensitive information is delivered safely to both internal and external recipients. A host of desktop encryption techniques are currently available, although they each have certain drawbacks in terms of security, manageability, and ease of use. As the leading provider of solutions for secure communications, Tumbleweed has the experience and the expertise to deliver desktop encryption capabilities that provide the strong security required in today s business environment without the limitations of existing techniques. In 2006, Tumbleweed will introduce an encryption plug-in for MailGate Secure Messenger that adds a new layer of desktop-to-desktop encryption that is easy to deploy, easy to use, and easy to manage within corporate networks. 11 Secure Inside the Corporate Network

13 ABOUT TUMBLEWEED Tumbleweed provides security solutions for protection, file transfers, and identity validation that allow organizations to safely conduct business over the Internet. Tumbleweed offers these security solutions in three comprehensive product suites: MailGate, SecureTransport and Validation Authority. MailGate provides protection against spam, viruses and attacks, and enables policy-based message filtering, encryption and routing. SecureTransport enables business to safely exchange large files and transactions without proprietary software. Validation Authority is the worldleading solution for determining the validity of digital certificates. The result: organizations using Tumbleweed security solutions can safely and securely use the Internet for business, significantly reducing their costs. California, USA Corporate Headquarters Tumbleweed Communications Corp. 700 Saginaw Drive Redwood City, CA New York, USA Tumbleweed Communications Corp. 245 Park Ave, 24th Floor New York, NY United Kingdom Tumbleweed Communications Ltd. Hurst Grove, Sanford Lane Hurst, Berkshire RG10 OSQ UK APAC Tumbleweed Communications Centennial Tower, Level 21 3 Temasek Avenue Singapore Tumbleweed Communications Corp. All rights reserved. Tumbleweed is a registered trademark and Tumbleweed Firewall and Tumbleweed Secure Messenger are trademarks of Tumbleweed Communications Corp. All other brand names are the trademarks of their Phone: / Phone: / Phone: +44 (0) Phone: respective owners. 04/06

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