Who needs email encryption?
If you’re in one of these industries, encryption is a necessity.
Whether you’re a local tax advisor or a global securities firm, your entire business revolves around sensitive financial data. If you want to attract or retain clients, you need encryption to assure them that your email is safe.
More than just hospitals, this includes everyone from general practitioners to insurance companies. Personal health information is every bit as sensitive as financial data; encryption tells patients and clients they can trust you.
Attorneys, brokers and more
If your business deals with confidential information of any kind – from lawsuits to loan applications – email encryption shows clients that you value their privacy and are doing everything you can to protect them.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is there a size limit to an encrypted email?
Yes, you can only send emails of 35 MB or less.
Is there an outbound sending limit?
Yes. You can send a maximum of 100 emails over a 10-minute period or 500 emails over a 24-hour period.
Can I use this service in a country outside of the U.S.?
Yes, but your email will flow through U.S.-based data centers.
Is this PCI compliant, or will it help me become PCI compliant?
Using this service will ensure that sensitive information is transmitted securely, which is one of the requirements for PCI compliance. But just using this service does not ensure that your business is PCI compliant.
Can I add it to just one mailbox?
No, encryption must be added to ALL mailboxes that belong to the organization.
Can I use my smartphone or tablet to send encrypted emails?
Yes, you can send an encrypted email from any device.
If I’m a health care provider, will using encryption help me achieve certain HIPAA compliance requirements?
Yes, if you are sending Protected Health Information (PHI) by email, using encryption will ensure that the data is sent securely.