One of the most convenient and professional ways to communicate with clients is through email. Business, healthcare, and financial professionals alike frequently send important and sensitive documents via email. Just like standard mail that can fall into the wrong hands, emails can also be intercepted and yours or your clients information may be compromised. Email Encryption is a way to make your emails more secure as it is being sent to the intended recipient.

How it Works

Email encryption is a tool that encodes the contents and documents of an email before it is sent. This ensures that the information and documents are secure and coded while en route to the intended recipient.  It will not be comprehensible to any unintended receiver. Once safely delivered, the intended recipient is prompted to enter a password to decode the message and view the content. This disables many hackers and malicious users to gain access to those sensitive documents. Email Encryption facilitates compliance with federal and state laws including but not limited to– HIPPA, SOX, Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards, Personal Information Protection and Electronics Document Act, and more.

Safe & Secure

Email Encryption uses military grade security to protect yours and your clients’ private information. Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), S/MIME, and X.509 certificates are standards-based technologies used to enable the sender and receiver to establish confidentiality and user authentication. Our user based email encryption is also digitally signed and allows an electronic signature to guarantee message integrity. Email encryption codes and protects any Microsoft Office document, .PDF file, image files, and almost any other popular file format, so you can rest assured that your files and content will be securely delivered through the internet.

WHAT THIS MEANS FOR YOU

Email encryption establishes trust with clients that you value their privacy and actively work to keep their information confidential. This will boost the credibility of your business and client-business relationships and facilitate compliance with state and federal laws.

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