Do You Need Secure Messaging?

In Protected Trust, Secure Email by N-Krypt

With the almost daily news of data breaches, data leakages, and privacy thefts being covered in mainstream media, the concept of Cyber Security is here to stay whether you understand it or not. If breached, the subsequent industry regulatory fines, potential State and Federal fines, and the potential for both criminal and civil law suits, it is without a doubt that your corporate Security & Privacy policies should be reviewed and put under the “microscope”. If still not convinced, then consider the Public Relations (PR) battle and customer relationships that need to be managed as well. How many customers would want to continue to work with a company that was seemingly poor with respect to data protection and security.
Although usually a very small part of the IT budget, Security and Encryption tools need to be given a higher priority.

From a financial perspective alone, it makes more sense to be proactive, spend and implement solutions now, as opposed of dealing with the aftermath of what would have to dealt with as described above.
Make no mistake, the scope of Cyber Security is not small. It includes every part of your business from your inside employees to outside contractors, partners, and vendors. It includes documented policies, processes, software, hardware, and security auditors poking into any area where a potential security hole might exist. Depending on your industry, you need to rely on experts that know your business, and as such, can help to deal with the common mistakes that similar businesses make and implement solutions to help alleviate those most common mistakes.

One of the easiest areas to start reviewing are your communication processes. After all, communications is the most critical and vital pipeline of your business. How you communicate with your customers, partners, and associates dictates how your business operates, services and sells. If you are in a business where you are dealing with sensitive information (Personal Identifiable Information (PII), or Personal Health Information (PHI)), and you regularly transmit this information over regular email or even fax, then you should strongly consider the advantages of using secure email. In considering any IT solution, you want to select one that does not change your processes too much, helps to enable compliance within your industry, and if it adds features and functions that will improve how you operate, then that’s a bonus.
With Protected Trust’s email encryption, we can implement solutions that check all the 3 boxes above. Our specially tailored premium bundle offers simplicity, security, and business intelligent features that will improve your business and help enable compliance. Our hands-on approach with customers and premium customer support guarantees you won’t be left in the dark. We understand your concerns, your priorities, and value your data security.

If you have questions, we would love the opportunity to answer them. Whether it’s to start using secure email or perhaps replacing one that your customers simply do not like – we would love to chat with you, learn more about your business, and help you evaluate if there is a business fit with our solutions. Click here to contact our sales team or request a web-based Sales demonstration.