Sure, you use a password to log onto your network, and you use a password to get into Microsoft Outlook, but how safe, really, are your email communications? After you press "Send", how can you be sure that no one is going to intercept and read your email and attachments?
The only way to preserve the confidentiality of your email messages and attachments is to encrypt them, and the best way to apply this encryption is by using MessageLock, a strong AES encryption add-in for Microsoft Outlook. With MessageLock, your email communications are locked away in a ZIP-compatible envelope, sealed under the protection of 256 bit encryption that's even stronger than the government standard for healthcare communications!
When both sender and receiver have MessageLock installed, encrypted communications are seamless, virtually invisible to both users. Outbound emails are encrypted with a single click of the "Encrypt Email" button. Inbound emails are decrypted automatically and show up in your inbox like regular communications. If the person that you are emailing doesn't have MessageLock, no worries - you have three options for secure message delivery: an encrypted ZIP archive, a separate MessageLock decryptor hosted on your site, or a self-decrypting file that requires a password.
Review Written by Derek Lee
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