You probably know by now that any e-mail that isn’t encrypted traverses the Internet in clear text that can easily be viewed with little skill and just some patience. So what are you doing to protect your company’s sensitive e-mail?
The right way is to encrypt e-mail messages in their entire path from sender to receiver. You also need to digitally sign them, to ensure that no one else has tampered with them in transit.
In today’s Computerworld, I review three solutions: Hush Communications’ Hushmail for Business, Voltage Security Inc.’s Voltage Secure Network and Connected Gateway and PGP Corp.’s Universal Server.