5 Best Practices For Ensuring Email Privacy
An email's journey across the internet is fraught with risks: interception from a hacker, law enforcement agency, foreign nation state or competitor. If a confidential email intended for a trusted third party is compromised, it could trigger not just a data breach but also a compliance violation and hefty fine.
Encrypting emails in transit and at rest is a no-brainer but it doesn't go far enough in protecting emails and their content. For example, email encryption doesn't address user adoption, hosting, governance, or compliance.
Embrace these five best practices to go beyond email encryption and fully safeguard your organization's email privacy.