United States, Europe and Australia business is very concerned about potential legal risks, so they began to hire more full-time staff to read employees’ e-mail, IMonitor Software.

Their findings may surprise you.

E-mail security and policy software vendor Proofpoint commissioned Forrester Consulting conducted an online survey company, survey, surveyed in the 301, and employs more than 1,000 companies, 29 percent of the company to read or to use other methods of analysis Check the e-mails; 38% of the business to business e-mail sent to regular inspections. 15% of enterprises have employees or part-time reading specialist corporate e-mails, or other methods for analysis of these e-mail checking.

In the more than 20,000 employees of U.S. companies, 41 percent of the company e-mails to read checks.

This trend seems to be more robust in the UK, participated in the survey of 32 enterprises, 38 percent of employees to analyze and read the e-mail, 53 percent of the company sent e-mail content will be regularly inspected.

These companies worried about? 424 global companies surveyed, 30% said adult, obscene or potentially offensive content is sent an e-mail most business concern in content. Proprietary or confidential business information in second place, 26 percent of those surveyed think that is the key. See Table I.

Table One: Enterprise for the issue of most concern to the e-mail, and employee monitoring software is the best solution now.

Staff management companies want to use e-mails, they are seeking technology (technology type unknown) with the help of: in a survey of 301 enterprises, more than 20 percent of companies have used the technical means to monitor the messages sent within the enterprise to check if it contains personal health data, personal data or other financial information, and web mail content in question.

Ironically, in the U.S. companies surveyed, only 15% said they had used the technology to check whether the leaked e-mails in the company’s intellectual property. But 30 percent of companies have used content-based encryption technology to protect e-mails.

If you work for a survey company, and use their e-mail in violation of the provisions may be wary: The survey of 301 U.S. companies, 44 percent of companies surveyed last year, and the confidential e-mail information leak, 51% of the enterprises in the same period of time for violating e-mail to the staff regulations of education; 15% of companies fired over the relevant employees.

Britain’s situation is even more severe: in the UK with 32 companies were surveyed, of which 78% of companies report there have been violations of employees use e-mail