Encrypt and protect commercially sensitive information, as well as client and staff data when sending over email.

"It's amazing how, with one simple change to an organisations email system, you can prevent the majority of accidental and criminal data leaks, averting huge fines and reputational damage."


David Kennedy
Founder & CRO

Take the next step ... Book a free consultation or arrange a demo today

Data protection law is tough – and set to become tougher in the next two years.

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has already said that sensitive personal data should not be transmitted by email across the internet unless encrypted – so it is essential that businesses adopt more secure processes so as to avoid fines, reputational damage and the resulting loss of business.

Many businesses handle sensitive personal information for their clients on a daily basis and are legally obliged to protect their clients’ data in accordance with the Data Protection Act.

While financial information falls outside the official definition of ‘sensitive personal data’ it is important to maintain client confidentiality on commercially sensitive information as sending it 'in the clear' leaves an organisation open to snooping.

Insecure email is one of the main ways companies unknowingly flout data protection rules, or expose their clients and suppliers to confidentiality breaches and cyber-criminality.

The good news is that an insecure email system is very easy to fix! And we can provide you with a solution that works with your existing email system so it's easy to get up and running quickly.