A significant portion of business is conducted using email and includes sensitive data.






Protect e-mail from being read by entities other than the intended recipients.

Just like a postcard, an email passes through a lot of processing stages where different people have easy access. However, where a postcard normally has a limited life span, an email can live and be searchable forever. Sending a normal email that includes personal or sensitive information without encryption is risky and considered to be illegal under privacy regulations such as HIPPA and GDRP.





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Different encryption triggers can be configured including a addin that provides for point and click encryption for Outlook.


Policy based Automatic Encryption

Data Leak Prevention (DLP) policies that look for certain content in your e-mail messages and attachments are available to automatically encrypt messages without requiring any intervention from the sender of the message.

DLP polices are available that help facilitate regulatory compliance measures to comply with regulations such a Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), Gramm-Leach Bliley Act (GLBA), The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), California's Security Breach Notification Act, the Massachusetts State Encryption Law, and many other regulations.

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Each secure message sent generates an audit link that the the sender can use to track the status of the encrypted message and confirm delivery.

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Encryption FAQ

Common questions about e-mail encryption.

Is there a limit to the number of encrypted e-mail I can send?

There is no limit to the number of encrypted messages that a human behind an e-mail account can send. I you need to send a a large number of encrypted messages using an automated scripted process please contact us for pricing details for a high volume license.

Can I deliver encrypted e-mail to a recipient without them having to log into a secure portal?

We can enable TLS as a delivery method When TLS is enabled we will first try to deliver the message over a TLS connection. If TLS is available and we can negotiate a connection, the encrypted message will be delivered over TLS. We only support encryption using TLS 1.2 of 2.0, lower cipher TLS is not supported. If we unable to establish a TLS session with the recipients mail server the the encrypted message will be delivered to the secure portal.

How long are encrypted messages retained on the secure portal?

Encrypted Messages are retained for 30 days. After 30 days the messages are automatically purged from the secure portal. Recipients can download the message in several formats, including password protected PDF, if they need to retains the message beyond 30 days.

Can I "recall" a message if needed?

Yes, when a message is encrypted, a notification receipt is sent to the sender. This notification provides a link that the sender can use to recall a message. Recall is only available when the secure portal is the delivery method for the encrypted message.

Is there an audit log for each encrypted message?

Yes, when a message is encrypted, a notification receipt is sent to the sender. This notification provides a link that the sender can use to recall a message. Recall is only available when the secure portal is the delivery method for the encrypted message.

Sender Experience

Policy based encryption is available so that when content defined in a policy, is detected in an e-mail or it's attachment, the message will be encrypted automatically.

In the following example, the social security number policy is enabled. When an e-mail is sent that includes a valid social security number the e-mail is automatically encrypted.  A number of policies can be enabled to automatic encrypt messages.

Sender Experience

A subject line keyword (secure in this example) or by clicking of a padlock symbol when the Outlook addin is used, enables the sender to force encryption for any particular message that contains confidential information.

Sender Experience

When a message is encrypted, the sender will receive a notification message that includes a link that allows the message to be recalled in case the message was sent in error or the sender decides to pull back that message at a later time.

Sender Experience

The sender has access to a complete audit trail for each encrypted message. Active is logged from the time the message is sent to the time the recipient displays the message on their screen.


Secure Portal Recipient Experience

When sending a encrypted message to a recipient for the first time, the recipient of the encrypted message will received a notification message that providing a quick and easy one step registration process.

Notification and One-Step Activation

The recipient mailbox provides a storage point for all encryption messages.  If needed, the recipient can download the message in e-mail format, text format or as a PDF with the option of password protecting the PDF.


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