Category Archive for "Email Encryption"

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Email Encryption: What if You’re on the Receiving Side?

From a usability perspective, email security providers often spend a lot of time talking about the end-user experience as it relates to employee adoption. This makes sense because the employees of the organization that is purchasing the security product are

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Secure Health Information Exchange (HIE) Doesn’t Have to be Complicated

What are the options for individual physicians and doctors’ offices when it comes to securely sharing information electronically with other healthcare providers? It seems for many it’s not entirely clear what standards and technologies can be used to support and

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Make Email Security a Good-Tasting Medicine

Scan any security news site and it’s clear that there’s a neck-and-neck race to keep up with the ever-increasing threat of a security breach. Arguably it is because of these threats that technology has advanced to the state it is

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Encryption and DLP’s Role in the Battle Against Business Email Fraud

While fraud and other scams are nothing new to businesses or consumers, the types and sophistication level of the scammers continue to evolve. In Tracy Kitten’s recent article on BankInfoSecurity.com, she discusses the upsurge in fraud connected to “business email

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Secure Messaging is Far More than Email Encryption

Picture a scenario where a healthcare professional accidentally emails Patient A the medical history of Patient B. While the email may be encrypted it still ends up in the inbox of the wrong person who now has access to it.

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The Value of Secure Messaging: Lessons from the OPM Data Breach

It is now known that there was a significant lack of encryption and other safeguards that could have prevented the compromise of personal information in the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) data breach made public in June. Social Security

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It’s Time To Do Away with Paper Forms: Leveraging Secure Web Forms

Despite their shortcomings, paper forms continue to be used to collect all sorts of information including highly sensitive data for a host of purposes from legal to financial to healthcare. Collecting confidential client information by having clients fill out forms

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Beware of MX Records Changes with Your Encryption Solution for Office 365

As we’ve said time and time again, not all email encryption solutions were created equal. These inequalities are especially true when it comes to leveraging your existing IT investments along with a secure messaging solution. Unfortunately however, these discrepancies are

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So You Want to Email Your Doctor?

Well, if you’re in Canada, chances are high that emailing your physician is not an option. As Healthy Debate points out in a recent article, many healthcare clinics and physicians are still relying on phone and fax to communicate (or as we’ve

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Email Encryption Happened On Facebook So It Must Be Real

It isn’t real until it happens on Facebook. Most of us have heard or said iterations of this tongue in cheek expression in one form or another. It is, of course, in reference to the power and influence social media

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