Secure Email For Business
The Speed Of Encryption Just Got Faster…
The importance of speed in business is undeniably the most powerful aspect a company can possess, and although things may come to those who wait, data breaches could beat you to the punch! Our Secure Email For Business Solution will help reduce the risk of infiltration and our direct API integration will help to streamline the process of protecting your entire business’s communication efforts!
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Email Encryption is our cornerstone security solution, which operates across a protected, versatile Cloud-Based Portal, and can be integrated into all versions of Microsoft Outlook, Office 365, Google Chrome, & Microsoft Edge applications. From the portal, you can send, receive, monitor, and retract all of your secure emails; you can also perform full audits on licensed accounts!
Customer Connect Solution
Our Secure Customer Connect Form is a great way for business professionals to connect securely with their clients! It even has a built-in notification system that will send an alert to the sender and intended recipient in the event a secure email is not opened.
Secure Email or Business
Faster. Reliable. Easy-To-Use.
Give your clients and website users the ability to communicate fast and securely with our custom secure contact solution! Our Secure Web Form is fully customizable and can be placed directly on your company’s website! Don’t have your own website? Not to worry, we can host your very own page with your Secure Form for you!
Business Compliance Information
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act was passed in 2002 and “introduced major changes to the regulation of financial practice and corporate governance” to help ensure that shareholders and the general public are protected from enterprise accounting errors and fraudulent activities.
It also helps by “improving the accuracy and reliability of corporate disclosures made pursuant to the securities laws, and for other purposes.”
The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (also known as GLBA or the Financial Services Modernization Act) was passed in 1999 and requires that all “financial institutions – companies that offer consumers financial products or services like loans, financial or investment advice, or insurance – to explain their information-sharing practices to their customers and to safeguard sensitive data.”
The act consists of three sections, which each pertain to their own specific, respective means of information protection and the protocols that should be in place to do so. These three sections include: The Financial Privacy Rule, The Safeguards Rule, and The Pretexting Provisions.
The Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) has their own department dedicated to compliance examinations and inspections “to protect investors, ensure market integrity and support responsible capital formation through risk-focused strategies that: (1) improve compliance; (2) prevent fraud; (3) monitor risk; and (4) inform policy.”