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When you know that your emails are only being seen by the right people, you have one less thing to worry about. With ShareFile, encryption keeps prying eyes out of your sensitive communications while reassuring clients that messages are coming from an authentic sender.
Email is the simplest and most familiar way to send a message or a document. But for professionals in a variety of industries, such as healthcare, legal, financial services, insurance and more, email alone just isn't enough to keep you and your patients or clients safe.
Adding security to email doesn't have to be complicated. With encrypted email from ShareFile, you can have secure email with just a click.
Secure email from ShareFile protects both the message of your email and any attachments using the same encryption as an online bank. Your recipients can reply with encrypted secure email even if they aren't ShareFile customers. And it even helps you comply with industry regulations and standards like FINRA, HIPAA, CFPB, state bar ethics guidelines and more. It's a single click that goes a long way.
With ShareFile, there are two ways to send secure email:
ShareFile secure email is the simplest, most effective way to communicate for both you and your recipients, including vendors, clients, patients, or colleagues. From simple messages to massive files, one-step encryption protects sensitive data and communications for easy peace of mind.
And that's just the beginning. ShareFile also allows you to easily obtain electronic signatures on documents, and send large files up to 100 GB in size. See why thousands of businesses use ShareFile every day. Try it free!
Encrypted email is a method of disguising an email’s contents in transit to make it safe from eavesdropping and keep potentially sensitive information from falling into the wrong hands. Authentication is required to read an encrypted email.
Encryption is especially critical for people who email sensitive information such as login credentials, social security numbers, and bank account numbers, but they’re not the only ones who need it. Hackers, malicious insiders, and other bad actors often try to access email accounts and download important attachments and files they can use to compromise their victims. Sometimes they even hijack the whole email account and impersonate its owner.
Email has always been a highly vulnerable channel, especially when sent over unsecured wi-fi or public networks. Even emails sent within secure company networks can be intercepted by other users. With encryption, emails are rendered unreadable as they travel from origin to the destination. Even if an email is intercepted en route, its contents can’t be read.
This can vary from one encryption service to another, but in general, recipients get a notification that they have received an encrypted email along with an access link. When they click it, an account verification screen appears. If they don’t already have an account with the tool or service, they’re prompted to create one in order to log, access the email, and read its contents.
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