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The Case For Email Security

Tuesday, March 31st, 2015

Section 1: Introduction to Email Security

You may already know that email is insecure; however, it may surprise you to learn just how insecure it really is. For example, did you know that messages which you thought were deleted years ago may be sitting on servers half-way around the world? Or that your messages can be read and modified in transit, even before they reach their destination? Or even that the username and password that you use to login to your email servers can be stolen and used by hackers?

This article is designed to teach you about how email really works, what the real security issues are, what solutions exist, and how you can avoid security risks.

Information security and integrity are centrally important ¬†as we use email for personal and business communication: sending confidential and sensitive information over this medium every day. While you are reading this article, imagine how these security problems could affect your business or personal life and your identity…. if they have not already.

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Big Brother: Being Watched at Work and the Truth about Email Security at the Office

Wednesday, March 4th, 2009

Do you feel secure? If so, you must be a good corporate citizen. You are on time every day, contribute effectively and courteously in meetings, and your appearance is impeccable. You could be a contender as Trump’s next Apprentice. Of course, no one knows that you’re more like Andrew Dice Clay when you email your co-workers and friends. Or do they???

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