Encrypted email allows you to send emails with end-to-end encryption – so important documents such as contracts or company plans can be safely and securely sent via email.
Why Encrypt Email?
By encrypting email, only the sender and recipients, who have a special decryption key, can read the contents of the message and its attachments. If someone intercepts an encrypted message, or tries to access it without permission and the decryption key, they will be unable to read the email or its attachment.
Who Should Encrypt Email?
All businesses and their professional advisors, agents and clients should take steps to protect the privacy of their email. Businesses that need encrypted email include, but are not limited to:
Financial Services – Banks, brokerages, insurance companies, wealth management, accountants, financial advisors.
Healthcare – Physicians, clinics, health associations, health networks, hospitals, pharmacists, pharmaceutical companies.
Business Professionals – Lawyers, headhunters, investigators, consultants, human resource professionals, embassies.
Business Professionals must be able to trust email communication and reduce the risk of damage to their brand. Professional advisors such as lawyers, financial advisors, accountants, educators, and healthcare providers, all have ethical and fiduciary duties to keep their clients’ personal information confidential.
Regulatory Compliance controls risk and maximizes security
Governments have enacted legislative measures to protect the privacy and reliability of business and personal information. Encrypted Message meets these industry-specific privacy legislations including:
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX)
Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA)
California Security Breach Notification Act (SB 1386)