New generation of email encryption by Zertificon protects businesses from UK big brother Berlin, January 19, 2009 in favor of the internal security the British Government required all Internet service providers (ISP) to store information about the entire E-Mail traffic of the population as of 15 March 2009. The measure, supported by the Downing Street with 25 million, provides annual logging and archiving of emails that arrive from abroad in the UK. Zertificon support companies to ensure the confidentiality of their data. The manufacturer of E-Mail encryption solutions guarantees secure sending and receiving electronic messages with release 4.0 of its Z1 SecureMail family without any unauthorized able, to spy on them. More than a year ago the US Congress of the NSA Security Authority in the course of the fight against of terrorism in the United States has allowed, to store emails and to evaluate. United Kingdom is now currently This example.
These measures at the same time also German companies, because each E-Mail transferred between the foreign and the United Kingdom falls under this law. And also Germany introduces more and more surveillance by decisions such as data retention. However, companies are able to preserve their privacy by encrypt all email traffic. Secure communication channel Zertificon with the email encryption solutions of product family Z1 SecureMail provides effective protection against unauthorized access. This offer also efficient, password-based encryption methods that are applicable also for communication partners who do not have the established standards S / MIME or PGP certificates and keys, in addition to the PKI-based security. Thus, a secure and confidential exchange of electronic messages for and with anyone is possible. The Z1 appliance product family consists of among other things the Z1 SecureMail gateway\”, the virtual administrable than central Post Office\”for large companies and organizations act. It seamlessly due to the compatibility with all popular E-Mail programs into existing IT infrastructures.