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Eliminate the complexity of encrypted messaging.
Encrypted messaging provides essential security to protect sensitive and confidential information transmitted via email. From financial data to intellectual property and customer information to healthcare records, protecting email communications with encrypted messaging technology is critical to complying with a wide variety of regulatory frameworks.
But too often, data encryption software is overly complicated to use and comes with installation requirements that are simply too prohibitive. The result: messages that should be encrypted frequently aren’t, placing the messages, the data they contain and the organization at risk.
Mimecast Secure Messaging provides an encrypted messaging solution that is simple and intuitive for both the sender and recipient to use, while eliminating the administrative burden and IT overhead of traditional approaches. With Mimecast, a user can send secure email quickly and easily, without needing to have knowledge of encryption methods or encryption keys. Recipients outside the organization can easily receive or initiate secure messages. Flexible policies allow administrators to automatically enforce encrypted messaging for email containing specific content or sent to specific recipients.
Mimecast’s encrypted messaging solution for sending secure emails provides:
To use Mimecast’s encrypted email service, users simply create a new email in Outlook, Mimecast for Mac or within the Secure Messaging web portal. After composing the email, the user selects a Send Secure option before clicking Send as usual.
Mimecast then uploads the email and attachments securely to the Mimecast cloud, checks them for malware and scans them for compliance with content and DLP security policies, and stores them in a secure AES encrypted archive. The email’s recipient receives a notification message with instructions about how to log on to the Secure Messaging portal. Once logged on, the recipient can read and reply to secure messages or compose a new email with encrypted messaging.
Learn more about encrypted messaging with Mimecast, and about email encryption for Office 365.