Encryptics(R) Announces Encryptics Pro(R) Email Recall

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Have you ever sent an email to the incorrect member of an organization, or a person no longer employed with the organization? Or the recipient’s device has been compromised and you want to protect your data? The Encryptics Pro Email Recall feature allows authors to take those emails back.

Encryptics® CEO, Brandon Hart, announced Encryptics® is introducing a new Email Recall cyber security product feature as part of Encryptics Pro®.

“Have you ever sent an email to the incorrect member of an organization, or a person no longer employed with the organization? Or the recipient’s device has been compromised and you want to protect your data?” said Hart. “The Encryptics Pro Email Recall feature allows authors to take those emails back. Simply select the email in your sent items folder, open it, and select recall. Easy. Once the author recalls the email, the recipient will no longer have access to the data. Think of it as an Un-Send button.

“The Encryptics Pro Email Recall feature joins the recently announced Encryptics Pro Read Receipt and Encryptics Pro Timeline Settings. All three new features are extensions of our Encryptics Pro Advanced Digital Rights Management (DRM) package, providing authors unprecedented control over cyber data.

“Every day, cyber security becomes more of an issue in today’s consumer, business, and political arenas. And Encryptics is dedicated to constantly expanding our customers’ abilities to control all transmissions of their sensitive data.”

About Encryptics
Encryptics is a cyber security company that secures digital content for the lifecycle of the document. The Encryptics solution values safe data delivery, author control, and user authentication. Encryptics is critical to the transfer of digital information, including encryption, decryption, and Advanced Digital Rights Management (DRM). Encryptics is the first Trusted Peer-to-Peer® platform on the market. This means the digital content never resides on Encryptics servers; instead traveling directly from the author/sender to the recipient(s) using multiple keys, digital signatures, and hardware IDs during transmission, authentication, and subsequent data storage. In theory, it would require a device that could check a billion billion AES keys per second an estimated 3x10 to the 51st power in years to exhaust the total number of possible options. This solution can send secure content through email clients or Internet-based services including Microsoft Outlook™, Gmail, Yahoo Mail Plus, AOL, and many more. Also, Encryptics is a fully functioning email client that can manage digital communications.

Encryptics won the Best of FOSE Special Judges’ Award at the recent FOSE (Federal Office Systems Exposition) Show, held July 19-21, 2011 in Washington, D.C.

To learn more, visit http://www.encryptics.com, call 877.454.7595, or email support(at)encryptics(dot)com

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