Why Should You Encrypt Email and What Happens if You Don’t?

Encryption is absolutely essential to protect data both in transit and at rest. However, most sensitive or confidential content sent through email is not encrypted, but instead is sent in clear text and so exposed to potential interception. This puts the owners of this information and its recipients at serious risk of data breaches, damage to corporate reputation, loss of intellectual property and a variety of other consequences that can have significant financial and other ramifications.

Provided by: Symantec.cloud Topic: Security Date Added: Nov 2013 Format: PDF

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