Email Encryption

In today's climate of data security, it's a serious risk to go unencrypted. Find out how to protect your emails and share sensitive information without risk.

Deep dive into the world of email encrption


Real-world email security – is TLS the answer?

Traditional message encryption protocols such as PGP have often thrown up barriers for both sender and recipient. They remain too technical and complex for the average user, resulting in potentially low adoption rates.

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Opportunistic TLS vs Forced TLS

A lot of messaging technology that has been invented recently uses end-to-end encryption, but most emails are not sent like this. A typical email provider relies on the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) to encrypt emails during transmission, often using Transport Layer Security (TLS).

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S/MIME: Is it right for my organization?

Finding an email security solution that prevents data breaches and keeps your system protected can be difficult. Most importantly, your organization needs security protocols that are reliable, easy to use and cost-effective – and ideally integrate seamlessly with your existing IT infrastructure.

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Email Encryption: The Full Guide

Email encryption scrambles an email message’s contents, making it impossible to be intercepted and read by anyone other than the intended recipient.

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Why should you encrypt email?

As a communication method and for sharing data, email is as popular as ever. Despite the influx of other messaging and online file sharing solutions, it remains the most widely used tool for organisations to transmit and receive sensitive data

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Network Encryption

Network layer encryption involves encrypting data as it is sent from one node, and decrypting it on arrival at another. When done correctly this approach plays a valuable role in the “defense in-depth” approach to security by adding a vital layer of encryption on data at the network layer.

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