The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA), enacted in 1999, provides a number of provisions to protect consumers’ private financial information against exploitation and loss while in the hands of organizations. The way organizations maintain, use and transmit customer information has dramatically shifted with the adoption of electronic communications, namely email. Now transactions move faster and business processes are streamlined. Yet, despite the expediency of digital age communication, email poses a new challenge to securing customer financial data against loss or unauthorized exposure.
Keep your information safe
Ensure the security and confidentiality of customer records and confidential information when stored and transmitted.
End-to- end encryption that can encrypt or block content to ensure that data remains confidential and secure between the message sender and the intended recipient.
Put in place a set of permission rules and content filters to protect your organization against loss and unauthorized exposure.
Improve your workflow
Seamless integration with any email platform.
No limitations on secure file transfer, enabling transmission of large files without hassle.
Automate and securely deliver messages and file attachments decrypted to any email archive or third party application through a secure API.
Better help your customers
Streamline invoicing by sending invoices securely via email.
Claim processes can be sped up vastly through email.
Protect against unauthorized access to or use of records that could cause customers to sustain substantial harm or inconvenience.