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Certain communications or files are so sensitive that delivering them via email using the public internet is unacceptable. But on the other hand, employees want to use their email to deliver and receive all their communications and files. They don’t want to learn another application and be forced to switch between systems to conduct business. Furthermore, employers don’t want additional complexity and cost associated with third-party services.
What organizations need is a secure messaging service which is built directly into their email system, but that provides security and control over-and-above that which can be provided using traditional email security services, such as TLS.
The Mimecast Secure Messaging Service provides secure email communications right from the employees’ email client. And, the administrator can easily set overarching security policies which are applied automatically in the Mimecast service.
Mimecast Secure Messaging provides:
No longer do organizations need to use costly, third-party secure communications services that are separate from their email security systems. This lowers cost, saves times and makes it easier to manage.
Email containing sensitive or confidential information requires appropriate security and control, to prevent inadvertent or deliberate data leaks and protect information in transit.
Read this datasheet to learn more about how Mimecast Secure Messaging:
Mimecast Secure Messaging securely delivers sensitive communications and files directly from the employees’ email client eliminating the need to use costly third-party applications and to train users on these external systems.
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