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7 Hot Advances In Email Security
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nomii
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8/20/2015 | 2:30:31 PM
Re: Encryption
"Sending sensitive information as encrypted attachments is an option...but just another example of hoops to jump through in order to achieve a secure method of [email protected]"

@Andrew i am sorry that i am not being able to understand your point. Can you please elaborate it for my understanding. thanks

Andrew Froehlich
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Andrew Froehlich,
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8/20/2015 | 1:37:58 AM
Re: Encryption
Sending sensitive information as encrypted attachments is an option...but just another example of hoops to jump through in order to achieve a secure method of communication.

And yes, I agree that encryption is the primary concern for most people.
nomii
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8/19/2015 | 10:03:21 AM
Re: Encryption

The security of email at individual level is very difficult to be ensured but it will be somewhat easier where a decision can be taken. In our organization where emails are being used to send something a bit sensitive, it is advised to send it as an attachment and first encrypt that document and then send it to other formation. But it is more applicable to formations within the organization. For outer organizations this security is a very hard thing to materialize and we need to find a viable solution which is still not available.

nomii
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nomii,
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8/19/2015 | 9:57:52 AM
Encryption

A good article indeed. I will personally be more interested in DNS authatication as well as Damil but still feel that encryption is the one of the best solution but masses do not take it seriously.



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