Proofpoint vs. Mimecast21 July 2020
As businesses across the world become increasingly reliant on email as their primary form of communication, the issue of email security continues to grow more and more crucial. One way to improve upon email security is through the implementation of an email secure gateway.
How Does Email Encryption Work12 July 2020
The majority of people do not encrypt their emails, assuming their firewall will protect them from everything. The problem is, once that email leaves your network, it is no longer hidden behind your firewall. Encrypting your email is the only way to ensure your information is protected when it leaves your network
Gmail Encryption04 July 2020
Modern-day society’s increasing dependence on technology has simultaneously created a growing need for encryption. A crucial tool for industry professionals and everyday individuals alike, encryption — particularly email encryption — disguises an email’s contents, making them exclusively legible to the intended recipient. Although this is an extremely important element of email security,
How to Send Secure Email Attachments in Gmail26 June 2020
With more than 1.5 billion active users worldwide, Google’s Gmail currently dominates the email provider market and has grown leaps and bounds since its inception in 2004.
How to Send a Secure Email17 June 2020
Email continues to experience immense growth in popularity — for business and personal uses alike. And as more and more individuals worldwide continue to navigate their transition to remote work — however permanent or temporary that might be — email has only become more heavily relied upon, replacing lengthy in-person meetings and in some cases, phone calls.
The Benefits of Two-Factor Authentication on Email Security12 June 2020
Two-Factor Authentication (2FA), otherwise known as Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), has become deeply ingrained into the daily lives of individuals around the world over the years. And more often than not, people are participating in forms of Two-Factor Authentication without truly being cognizant of them.