Email2 Secure API Compliments Archiving and Content Management Compliance for Regulated Industries

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Real-time Connection Automatically Stores Decrypted Messages For Easier Access

Archiving is a vital component of any secure email infrastructure, but if you can’t access archived emails because they were encrypted, you start to see your security needs negatively impacting your operational efficiency.

Email2 SCP Solutions, Inc., the leader in user-friendly SaaS email encryption and secure file transfers, announces the release of a secure API connection that simplifies the delivery of decrypted messages and attachments for archiving and secure storage. Now companies that operate in tightly regulated industries – for example, Health, Finance and Legal – can easily comply with security-related rules, ensuring that data is encrypted while in transit yet still fully accessible when archived. Email2 Secure API complements archiving whether on-premise or hosted and complements secure content collaboration and delivery into content management systems.

Regulations such as HIPAA, PSQIA, Sarbanes-Oxley, Gramm-Leach-Bliley, FINRA Rule 8210 and others in the US and other countries specify strict requirements for the protection of confidential and personally identifiable information (PII). These regulations include clear guidelines for protecting such information during transportation and storage, as well as the need to access decrypted information during an audit. The Email2 Secure API decrypts all emails and attachments prior to archiving on any platform – while allowing messages to remain encrypted on the mail server (e.g. Microsoft Exchange). Email administrators and security staff can now access mail archives more quickly and easily, without having to decrypt messages on demand. Administrators can set the maximum file size for archived messages, as well as access a complete archiving activity log with the ability to retry entries that failed due to the third-party archiving tool.

“Archiving is a vital component of any secure email infrastructure,” says Email2 CEO Thierry LeVasseur. “But if you can’t access archived emails because they were encrypted, you start to see your security needs negatively impacting your operational efficiency. The release of this API is in keeping with our constant focus on reducing the workload and effort associated with encryption and secure file transfer. This Secure API allows our customers to ensure all of their messages are encrypted in transit and decrypted for archiving, eDiscovery or other content management purposes.”

Email2’s Secure Messaging Platform is an enterprise-grade encryption and file transfer service that connects seamlessly to any email infrastructure and requires virtually no user training. Users can send and receive confidential information securely to any email address on any wired, Wi-Fi or mobile network and to or from any Internet enabled smartphone, tablet or laptop without having to install any software or hardware. Ease of implementation with existing email services such as Microsoft Windows™, Exchange™ (plus Hosted Exchange and Office 365™), Google Mail™, and Zimbra™ and compatibility with mobile ecosystems including RIM BlackBerry™, Google Android™, and Apple iOS™ means that users can be set up and benefiting from the service in minutes.

About Email2 SCP Solutions Inc.

Email2 makes encryption simple to use and productive. For professionals in the health, financial, insurance and legal sectors and government agencies who need to guarantee receipt and security of confidential email and attachments, Email2 offers a cloud-based secure messaging service for their current email platform. Email2’s unique, patented architecture ensures its solutions are easy to install and use, generating a range of benefits for clients and partners including secure email communication with lower total cost of ownership and effort, protection of investments in current email infrastructure, and long-term scalability and flexibility.

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