Software

NoSpamProxy Encryption

by Net at Work GmbH

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Key Facts

  • DSGVO-konform E-Mails versenden
  • Zentrale Verwaltung von Zertifikaten & Schlüsseln
  • PDF-Mail-Funktion

Categories

  • Electronic signatures
  • Cryptography
  • Counter-intelligence

Key Facts

  • DSGVO-konform E-Mails versenden
  • Zentrale Verwaltung von Zertifikaten & Schlüsseln
  • PDF-Mail-Funktion

Categories

  • Electronic signatures
  • Cryptography
  • Counter-intelligence
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Effective email encryption is the prerequisite for data protection
There is an increasing awareness for the importance of email encryption, as evidenced by numerous studies. In addition, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) demands that specific protective measures aimed at giving individuals control over their personal data are taken by organisations. Among these measures is an obligation to encrypt transmitted data.

Quick and easy confidentiality
Centralised signing of emails and email encryption at the NoSpamProxy Encryption gateway create secure communication between you and your business partners. Since keys and certificates are managed on the gateway and not on the client machines, the cumbersome handling of electronic keys is no longer necessary. In addition, your private keys are optimally protected against attacks, and corporate governance policies are automatically implemented centrally. Of course, received messages are also decrypted at the gateway and available to users for further processing. This enables access via TLS-encrypted connections with smartphones and tablets, as well as the archiving of unencrypted emails.

S/MIME Signature and Encryption
S/MIME is the preferred and internationally recognised standard for electronic signatures and email encryption. It is a standard for asymmetric encryption based on the use of public and private cryptographic keys. In order to use S/MIME, the sender and recipient must be in possession of a certificate. NoSpamProxy offers full support for the latest encryption methods published in the standard. Legacy methods are also supported to ensure compatibility.

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