We start our discussion discussing what makes Trustifi different from other email security solutions. Trustifi provides email encryption delivered on a software-as-a-service platform. They provide both inbound and outbound email security from a single vendor.
Most email security systems address inbound traffic only. But as compliance expands across geographies and industries, we could see some real problems if we don’t also manage the outbound traffit.
SMB MSPs and solution providers should begin to think of email encryption as a way to deliver control of email data back to the user, as opposed to simply screening threats as they arrive at the network gateway. Trustifi’s one-click solutions leverage a breakthrough email encryption strategy. Rather than have emails pass through the recipient’s gateway and reside on their server, Trustifi’s solution encrypts messages before they go through the recipient’s gateway.
Sent mail messages therefore reside on Trustifi’s proprietary web-based cloud storage platform, as opposed to on the recipient’s server. This allows messages to be accessed and recalled or altered as-needed, since they’re still officially housed on the vendor’s platform. Users can swap or remove attachments or reword text even after messages have initially been read. Similarly, this configuration allows the sender to remove or add recipients to emails after-the-fact—without alerting the other recipients.
When the sender has a greater ability to manipulate messages they’ve already transmitted, it gives them the opportunity to correct potentially debilitating missteps.
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