Make life even tougher for the email fraudster.

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New app from SATSWANA to protect email from fraud that is becoming one of the greatest challenges in the war against cyber crime.

The patented design that has been proved and developed in Germany over the last ten years makes it impossible for the criminal to read the email whilst in transit and then checks that nothing has been changed before the receiver opens it. Interception is theoretically impossible but even if somebody did manage to crack the protection they cannot benefit from it.

Simply download an app and then both the send and receive are just one click away. There is no change to either an email address or service as all the security operates in the background where even has no access. An audit trail for each email is maintained and the sender automatically receives confirmation that the email has been read by the recipient.

There is a small charge for corporate users who choose to protect their customers when sending information that could be compromised. For the majority of their clients the service will be free to receive emails. Additionally, the clients may send up to 5 return mails a month free of charge. Individuals can also choose the free service (supported by advertising) or choose personal membership for just £6 a month for 30 mails, less than half the cost of a second class stamp!

Available on a range of platforms and mobiles nobody has to change the way they work and you remain free to choose whether to send a secure email or a normal one. General mail that has no security implications remains just that but if it contains personal or sensitive details then you would rather a hacker could not access it.

There are specialist versions available for both sending clients either invoices or payslips securely. For corporate organisations an alternative service is our secure email gateway where the corporation may define outbound transmission rules. makes email safe to use again for commercial correspondence, in compliance with the Data Protection Act.

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