July 27th, 2021

Are Cloud Servers Bad for Sending Email?

Public cloud servers are great for many things; however, sending email is not one of them. Why Cloud Servers are Bad for Sending Email? The main issue with public cloud based services is that you are sharing resources with their other customers. This includes IP addresses. Most organizations try to filter out bad IPs, but […]

July 20th, 2021

Zero Trust Email

Our third article on Zero Trust Architecture covers zero trust email and the systems it requires. In May, the Biden Administration announced a new approach to cybersecurity that included a push toward Zero Trust Architecture. We have already covered Zero Trust Architecture as a whole, and also talked about how dedicated servers are important parts […]

July 13th, 2021

Does Sending Email Using BCC Make It HIPAA Compliant?

People have asked us if sending an email to someone via BCC (Blind Carbon Copy) is HIPAA-compliant. Take for example, a doctor’s office sending a newsletter to its patients via BCC. When the patients receive a message sent via BCC, they cannot see who else received it. Some may think that because the recipients are […]

July 6th, 2021

Zero Trust and Dedicated Servers

We will continue on in our series on Zero Trust, this time discussing Zero Trust and dedicated servers. As a quick recap, the Biden Administration ordered all federal agencies to develop a plan to adopt Zero Trust Architecture. This is a security model that begins with the assumption that even an organization’s own network may […]

June 29th, 2021

How to Create Email Suppression Lists

LuxSci customers are now able to create email suppression lists. In this article, we will walk you through how to create an email suppression list in your own account. What is an Email Suppression List? First, it may be helpful to clarify exactly what a suppression list is. It’s simply a list of email addresses […]

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