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Ensuring Compliance Through Email Certificates

Email is a must. But email is a vulnerability.

Businesses across all industries depend on email as an indispensable communication medium. However, mail messages and attachments can be spied upon, altered, or faked, opening the door to a variety of attacks that can result in the loss of industries secrets, confidential customer information, or money from the company’s accounts. This exposure can furthermore put your enterprise in jeopardy of noncompliance with mandatory regulatory requirements.

Fortunately, you can combat these attacks and enable compliance by protecting email communication with digital certificates. S/MIME (Secure/Multipurpose Internet Mail Extension) certificates address these problems inherent in the email technology paradigm and improve your institution’s protection against spying or social engineering attacks that depend on email.

Download this eBook to learn:

• What Business Email Compromise is and how S/MIME email certificates can help defend against BEC and related phishing attacks • How email certificates contribute to compliance with key regulatory requirements including, – HIPAA/HITECH – GDPR – DFARS (Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement)

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