How My Efact’s Secure Email Helps With Compliance

August 02, 2010  |   Blog,Secure Email   |     |   Comments Off

A number of federal and state regulations (like the Massachusetts’ 201 CMR 17 or the FTC’s federal FACTA rules) have been making it clear that it is rapidly becoming unacceptable to send personal information over the Internet without encryption.   Luckily My Efact can help with our fully encrypted Secure Email solution.  Myefact is unique among secure mail systems because it gives you two ways to securely send a document. The first is through our My Efact portal. This allows you to send any efact document (along with a note) encrypted to any email address.  The recipient will see a link asking them to choose a password and security questions (for future logins), and then they will be allowed to see a list of all secure documents that have been sent to them, all encrypted via 128-bit SSL encryption in a web browser.

A second way of sending encrypted mail is our Efact Email encrypted PDF mail system. Efact Email lets you send encrypted PDFs as attachments through Microsoft Outlook. Documents are encrypted using secure 128-bit RC4 encryption, and can be read by most modern versions of Adobe Reader.

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