Secure Email

What is Encrypted Email

When emails are encrypted, the contents of the emails are scrambled so that only the intended recipient can access them.

Here's how email encryption typically works:

  • A message is encrypted, or transformed from plain text into unreadable ciphertext, either on the sender's machine, or by a central server while the message is in transit.
  • The message remains in ciphertext while it's in transit in order to protect it from being read in case the message is intercepted.
  • Once the message is received by the recipient, the message is transformed back into readable plain text in one of two ways:
    • The recipient's machine uses a key to decrypt the message; or
    • a central server decrypts the message on behalf of the recipient, after validating the recipient's identity.

Data breaches indicated there were over 4 billion records that were breached in 6 months of 2019. Even though data breaches are becoming more common every year, many companies are not prepared to stop or deal with them, this is a sure way to put yourself at risk and financial loss.


Regular Email is NOT Secure!

DO NOT use your regular Email to send:

  • Credit Card Numbers
  • Social Security Numbers
  • New Hire Paperwork
  • Healthcare Forms
  • Tax Information
  • Personal Health Information





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