How Can You Ensure Sensitive Emails Remain Private?
- On July 4, 2018
With a lot of ongoing confusion and uncertainty still surrounding the GDPR, many organisations may be concerned about how they can send sensitive or confidential personal data securely by email.
The GDPR requires that companies undertake a risk assessment to protect personal data to ensure a good level of security appropriate to risk. Sensitive personal data should have additional security controls applied and it is good practice to protect such data when it is in transit.
To help address this, Brighter Connections can offer the cloud-based Mimecast Secure Messaging solution. This is a user-friendly, secure channel for sending and receiving sensitive information via email and can be provided as an add-on to any of the Mimecast services.
For data such as financial records and customer information, secure messaging helps to prevent inadvertent or deliberate data leaks and protect valuable information in transit. Protected messages are sent and received via the secure email web portal, ensuring that sensitive information is encrypted.
Key benefits of Mimecast Secure Messaging include:
- Simple and intuitive for the sender and recipient to use
- Minimal IT overhead
- No need for additional hardware or software to be installed
- Does not create additional work for administrators
Buy Mimecast Secure Messaging & Get Mimecast Large File Send for Free!
To make this accessible, we have packaged Secure Messaging up as a complete bundle, including support, which is available to buy quickly and easily online at our e-commerce site www.managedservices.co.uk and, for a limited time only, comes with Mimecast Large File Send for free! The Large File Send service allows employees to securely send and receive files up to 2GB directly from Outlook.
To request a free, no obligation demo on Mimecast Secure Messaging, please click here
To find out more information on the Secure Messaging bundle and and special offer, please click here
Alternatively, please call us on 03707 551515 or email us and a member of staff would be happy to assist.