How to protect your Emails and Internet Browsing from government surveillance

With the rampant Internet eavesdropping happening from many sources including government agencies (e.g. NSA) and criminals, it should be the top priority of a company to safeguard its email communication. Any potential leaks into company’s confidential data can have a detrimental effect on the company, which could potentially shut down its operations. PGP to the […]

Encrypt email communications securely

15.10.2014 | General

Ordinary emails are sent as plain text documents, so sensitive information can easily be intercepted by third parties. Anyone sending emails containing credit card numbers, social security information or proprietary business knowledge should encrypt these messages using asymmetrical encryption, which uses a key pair consisting of public and private keys. OpenPGP Email Encryption for Worry-Free […]

Secure e-mail communication within companies

10.01.2014 | Uncategorized

  Many senior staff would like to view internet security breaches as the result of either the intrusion of a James Bond super cyber-villain or of an inside job. According to Verizon’s 2013 data breach report, 92 per cent of breaches originate outside of a company and the majority of successful attacks rely on low-tech […]

The encryption and secure archiving of e-mails

20.12.2013 | Uncategorized

How to keep email conversations private, whether they are personal or business-related, is a growing safety concern. Fortunately there are some simple ways to encrypt emails and sensitive attachments, maximizing security and minimizing the possibility of interception. gpg4o Encryption Software gpg4o follows earlier encryption software developments and is based on GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG), which […]

Encrypting Email: Security for the Twenty First Century

17.10.2013 | Uncategorized

If the public has been taught anything from the recent exposure of widespread surveillance targeting online data, it is that encryption has never been a more important part of our daily communications. News stories regarding the NSA, GCHQ and the whistle-blower Edward Snowden have all highlighted the need for consumers to take responsibility for their […]