Digitally Signed and Encrypted Email

Scalable email security to encrypt emails and protect contents in transit and at rest

S/MIME Encryption

S/MIME certificates prove the identity of online users by allowing you to digitally sign, encrypt, and decrypt emails.

Digital signatures

A digital signature is equivalent to a handwritten signature or a stamped seal, but offers far more inherent security. A digital signature makes forgery and impersonation impossible and it provides absolute authenticity and integrity to all of your messages..

End-to-end encryption

End-to-end encryption (E2EE) is a method to secure data when it is sent from a source to a destination. With end-to-end encryption, data is encrypted on the sender’s system and only the intended recipient can decrypt it. Nobody in between can read or tamper with it.

Fight spoofing and phishing attacks

Digitally signed emails help counter email spoofing and phishing attacks with business email, with secure email certificates the sender’s identity is clearly presented to the email recipients to help differentiate from maliciously spoofed emails.

Multiple platform support

Email security is seamless across multiple platforms and devices. Secure deployment to desktops and personal devices using same key and certificate(s). Supports Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, iOS, and Android platforms.

Block nearly 100% of viruses, malware and spam before they ever reach your inbox

Scalable Email Security

Point-to-point message encryption
Natively compatible with popular enterprise email clients
Minimal user training is required
Improve IT system performance
User friendly data-protection management
Added email continuity, journaling, and easy re-delivery
Compressed, encrypted and secure archive

Enhancing Protection with User-Friendly Solutions

Scalable Email Security represents a comprehensive approach to safeguarding email communication within an organization. By employing point-to-point message encryption through S/MIME, compatibility with popular enterprise email clients is ensured, making integration seamless. The system is designed with user-friendliness in mind, requiring minimal training, thus facilitating quick adoption across the workforce. Not only does this enhance the overall IT system performance, but it also provides a user-friendly interface for data-protection management. Additional features such as email continuity, journaling support, and easy re-delivery further contribute to a robust and resilient email infrastructure. The ability to compress, encrypt, and securely archive emails adds another layer of protection, ensuring that sensitive information is stored safely. Together, these features create a versatile and efficient email security solution that can be tailored to meet the unique needs and challenges of any organization, regardless of size or complexity.

Digitally sign emails to fight spoofing and phishing attacks

Tie the sender’s third-party-verified identity to the email
Sender’s identity is presented to differentiate from spoofs
Support non-repudiation
Prevent any changes to email contents after it has been sent

Satisfiy Regulatory Requirements

Digital signatures on emails are a powerful tool in combating spoofing and phishing attacks, adding a layer of authenticity and security to email communication. By tying the sender's third-party-verified identity to the email, recipients can easily differentiate legitimate emails from spoofed ones, enhancing trust and confidence in the communication. The sender's identity, once verified and attached to the email, supports non-repudiation, meaning the sender cannot later deny having sent the email. Furthermore, digital signatures prevent any alterations to the email contents after it has been sent, ensuring the integrity of the information. In an age where email fraud is increasingly common, these measures provide essential protection for both senders and recipients, fostering a more secure and reliable digital communication environment.

Encrypt emails

S/MIME encrypted emails can only be decrypted by the intended recipient
End-to-end encryption — Email remains encrypted in transit and at rest on servers
Prevent data loss and leaks

Encryption, Integrity, and Trust in the Digital Age

Ensuring the security and privacy of email communication is paramount in today's digital world. By encrypting emails, both in transit and at rest, you are taking a vital step in safeguarding the contents from unauthorized access. Utilizing S/MIME encryption ensures that only the intended recipient can decrypt the email, providing an additional layer of security. End-to-end encryption further guarantees that the email remains encrypted while in transit and when stored on servers, minimizing the risk of interception. These measures collectively contribute to preventing data loss and leaks, thereby maintaining the integrity and confidentiality of sensitive information. Whether for personal use or within a corporate environment, these security protocols are essential in building trust and ensuring compliance with various privacy regulations.

Encrypt emails in transit and at rest with S/MIME

Start securing your email communications and protect personal information.

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Frequently Asked Questions

S/MIME secures emails by using a set of mathematically related keys – a private key and a public key, these code signing certificates work in a similar way to SSL certificate and validated on public key infrastructure (PKI). When you send an email, it’s encrypted with your recipient’s public key, which in turn means it can only then be decrypted by their own private key. That way, unless your private keys are compromised, only your intended recipient can access the secure data in your emails and read the message in plain text. Both the sender and recipient will need to have the ability to use secure multipurpose internet mail extensions (S/MIME email).

In addition to encryption and sending encrypted messages, S/MIME also gives you the option of providing a digital signature to your emails, verifying that the sender is legitimate with an email signing certificate. By using your private encryption key, all your emails can feature a encryption certificates proving that you are the sender.

You do not need to be using our email servers to start signing and encrypting your email messages. You can actually start signing and encrypting any emails that are sent through an email client (Microsoft Outlook, Mac Mail, EM Client) or native mobile device. While any email service or email account should work, Webmail services like Gmail do not support S/MIME to protect your emails. You will only be able to sign and encrypt Gmail emails if they are sent through an email client with S/MIME data.
Currently it is possible to order a certificate from the certificate authority for 1 month, 1 year or 3 years.
Yes, providing you mark the private key as exportable, it can be installed on multiple devices with one email address.
Please see the guide to download and install the certificate to begin sending signed messages.
The certificate pickup password you set during the order process is required for downloading the certificate and to access encryption services. If you do not remember this password, you must cancel and reorder the signing certificate.