Outgoing emails are automatically encrypted with one of the common encryption technologies (PGP, S/MIME or TLS), depending on the set policy and availability of the corresponding certificates, without any further user intervention. If the sender’s public key is available, their emails are automatically decrypted and delivered to the recipient.
Encryption of data has become a priority because of compliance requirements as well as enactment of the General Data Protection Regulation. In a business environment, exchange of sensitive files and information takes place primarily via email communication. Cyber criminals rely on the “Man-in-the-Middle” to pick up valuable information here. Encryption of the transmission path is essential to protect this data.