Email Encryption, User Protection, Continuity, and Compliance
While the number of collaboration tools has increased in the workplace, the ability to communicate via email remains an indispensable part of business. With the average employee sending and receiving over 130 emails daily, it’s easy to transmit confidential information accidentally, get fooled into clicking on a dangerous email or get ensnared in a social engineering attack.
Simple emails can open organizations up to a potential data breach – in fact, 90% of breaches include email as a component of the hack. While these are scary statistics, the right email security measures can protect your organization and allow you to:
- Securely transmit sensitive information including automatic encryption of confidential information
- Have signature capabilities to ensure the recipient and sender are whom they say they are
- Capture dangerous emails before they hit your employees’ Inbox
- Protect users from clicking on dangerous links
- Protect users from including the wrong people on emails
- Provide email backup and retention to meet your organization’s needs
If you are like most companies and are dealing with Protected Health Information (PHI), Personally Identifiable Information (PII) or other confidential data stored in operational systems and documents, your organization can meet regulatory requirements and state privacy laws by securing critical data.