Date Added: Jan 2010
Businesses including Healthcare organiza3ons are required by law to protect vital email and data communica3ons. Healthcare providers, lawyers, financial advisors, accountants, educators, and other professional advisors have ethical and fiduciary du3es to keep personal informa3on about their clients' confiden3al informa3on. Healthcare providers need to be able to trust their email communica3ons and reduce the risk of damage to their brand resul3ng from informa3on obtained through intercepted email. Consumers are concerned about personal security, privacy, and fraud and iden3ty then. Governments have also enacted legisla3ve measures to protect the privacy of personal informa3on which either expressly or impliedly apply to personal informa3on communicated electronically.