How To Protect Confidential Data

05.01.2015 | Blog

There is a lot of confusion about how to make sure your important business data is well protected. But there are good data security alternatives for those willing to do just a little work. E-mail Policy First and foremost, establish and maintain an e-mail policy for your company. E-mail encryption with a standard like openPGP […]

How Can You Send Emails Securely Nowadays?

By now, you should be used to the fact that someone other than your intended recipient can read your emails at will. No, this isn’t a conspiracy theory or paranoia, U.S. government programs like the NSA’s PRISM are well-documented for their ability to indiscriminately gather massive amounts of information. The fact that the majority of […]

What is Email Encryption? – Simple Facts about Encryption

19.05.2014 | General

Email encryption is vital for any business or individual who plans to send confidential information via the email format. Unfortunately, many business owners are not aware of the fact that using a popular email solution such as Outlook 2010 or Outlook 2013 will not provide them with automatic protection. Instead, additional steps must be taken […]

The Importance of Secure Email Dispatch for Companies and Individuals

11.04.2014 | General

Emails sent in plain, unencrypted format represents a large security risk for businesses, organizations and individuals. They can be intercepted by almost anyone when the right hub or router is monitored, which makes unprotected emails one of the easiest ways for spies to steal corporate secrets and personal information. From what we finally know from […]

The Benefits of Implementing E-mail Encryption with Secure Passphrases

19.02.2014 | Uncategorized

E-mails form such a large proportion of communications that it can be easy to overlook the importance of security. Due to the Internet’s prevalence and speed, many people send an e-mail instead of picking up the telephone or sending a letter, and often content can be sensitive, perhaps containing personal details. Even if content is […]