Behind the scenes we are working hard on our latest product version, Version 4. To keep you informed of all developments, we will share a new or updated feature every Friday in our “Feature Friday.” This Friday: Email body encryption. Are you curious about what this...
Since January 1st the Danish Data Protection Agency (DDPA) has introduced a law that requires organizations in the private sector to use encryption for email when transmitting confidential or sensitive personal data. The rule was first announced on July 23rd, 2018, as...
In the data security landscape, we are mostly thinking about protecting ourselves against data security breaches done by malicious criminals. However, it turns out that most of the data breaches organizations experience could be avoided simply by correcting for...
Why secure e-mail?
Prevent a data breach
According to research from the EU data protection authority, most data leaks occur by sending personal data to the wrong recipient. Before you know it, privacy-sensitive data of your organization and / or clients are out there, available for everybody to see. You can easily prevent this by protecting your email environment.
Comply with laws and regulations under the general regulation of personal data (GDPR)
The European Privacy Act, the GDPR, obliges all countries within the EU to secure personal data in the same secure manner. For companies, this means that files can only be send securely if the e-mail environment is modified accordingly.
Privacy - Protect privacy sensitive information
Files shared by organizations often contain privacy-sensitive information. If this information becomes accessible to unauthorized people, it will have consequences for both your organization and your business relations. Therefore it is important to always encrypt your files.
Encrypt your e-mail and attachments
Secure your e-mail messages and/or attachments, no extra clicking, right from your own familiar Outlook environment.
Verification of e-mail and attachments
Strongly encrypted TLS network connection
A Transport Layer Security (TLS) connection secures the internet connection.