Public-Private Key Pairs & How They Work13 October 2020
Public and private keys serve as the foundation for public key cryptography and are heavily relied upon in end-to-end encryption. Also referred to as asymmetric cryptography, public key cryptography works because each public key exclusively matches a single private key. “Public key cryptography provides the basis for securely sending and receiving messages with anyone whose public key you can access.”
How Does Email Spoofing Work?01 October 2020
Email technology has come such a long way since it originated in the 1970s. Even so, core email protocols still lack any built-in authentication measures. Consequently, it has become increasingly common for email users to fall victim to spam and phishing emails designed to deceive them. And one such form of deception is email spoofing.
Is Gmail HIPAA Compliant?17 September 2020
In 1996, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) went into effect in the United States. This act required the then Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to generate regulations to safeguard the security and privacy of specific, sensitive health data.
Proofpoint vs. Trustifi09 September 2020
By implementing a robust email security solution, businesses can protect their networks, as well as their valuable, delicate data. As organizations around the world grow increasingly dependent
Mimecast vs. Trustifi04 September 2020
For businesses looking to keep their networks and sensitive, private data protected, email security is crucial. And the issue of email security only continues to grow more significant as organizations become more dependent on email