Certain industry types require extra security and data sensitivity. When you make your career in one of those fields you get used to certain standards when it comes to protecting the data that you process. But even the most diligent of us can inadvertently overlook securing sensitive information…
Ah, the holidays: a time for stockings, menorahs, cookies… and fraud?
If you’re not careful, then maybe. And, you certainly don’t want anybody stealing your hard-earned savings. Right?
When consumers think of cybersecurity they often think of their credit card information on apps and websites, but what often doesn’t come to mind is email security. This past year there have been multitudes of data compromises all due to the theft of consumers PII, otherwise known as your online identity. In 2019 this will continue to be one of the biggest risks for businesses and consumers.
An increasing number of vertical industry market processes require extra security and data sensitivity. HIPAA and financial-based internal and client/consumer communications within the Healthcare and Financial markets are obvious examples. When you make your career in one of those fields you get use to certain standards…
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Anti-Spam Policy Introduction This Anti-Spam Policy (the “Policy”) sets out key principles to which Trustifi’s (“we” or the “Company”) customers who are licensed to use software (“Software”) on their internal network (“Client” or “you“), must comply with in full. The reason for this is to ensure that the applicable regulatory requirements, industry standards and best […]
This quick video demonstrates how Trustifi analyzes email content and when confidential data is detected, Trustifi will automatically encrypt for secure delivery. Even when the sender forgets.
BEC (also known as CEO email fraud) and email account compromise (EAC) have grown both in sophistication and prevalence. “People don’t understand they need to protect their email the same way they’re protecting their social security card or their driver’s license,” says cybersecurity veteran Idan Udi Edry, the CEO of Trustifi.