Ciphermail Adds Support for OpenPGP to Its Enterprise Open Source Email Encryption Gateway — Ciphermail Now Supports All Major Email Encryption Standards

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Ciphermail, the leading provider of open source enterprise email encryption products, has added OpenPGP support to its enterprise open source email encryption gateway. By adding OpenPGP support, Ciphermail now supports all major email encryption standards.

Ciphermail open source email encryption gateway

By adding OpenPGP support, Ciphermail now supports all major email encryption standards.

Ciphermail gateway provides an easy-to-use solution to securing your email without requiring additional client software. The centralized, policy-based encryption engine can be setup to automatically encrypt email based on regulatory compliance or business rules, thereby minimizing human errors which might result in a data breach. The gateway seamlessly integrates with existing anti-virus, anti-spam, and archiving products. For additional security, all private keys can be stored on a tamper-proof hardware security module (HSM). The Ciphermail gateway supports S/MIME, OpenPGP, PDF encryption, and TLS.

Ciphermail email encryption gateway can be installed as a virtual appliance for VMware or Hyper-V, or can be installed on most Linux and Unix based systems. Installation packages are available for Ubuntu/Debian, Red Hat/CentOS, and OpenSUSE.

About Ciphermail:

Ciphermail (formally known as DJIGZO) founded in 2007, based in Amsterdam, Netherlands, provides email security products which allow organizations worldwide to automatically protect their email against unauthorized access both in transit and at rest. Ciphermail is a firm believer of open source software. By making our source code available, our clients can verify the reliability and correctness of our software.

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Martijn Brinkers
http://www.ciphermail.com
+31 208459511
martijn(at)ciphermail(dot)com

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