What are email key pairs and certificates, and how are they used?
Whether for email signing or encryption, they come in pairs: private and public. How can your business/organization manage them without issues? Read more
Why digital email signatures and encryption go hand in hand
Digital signatures are a powerful sender authentication tool, but without encryption/decryption abilities, you're in for a headache. Learn why. Read more
Zertificon’s Z1 SecureMail Gateway enhances Microsoft 365 for confidential email exchange and ECB exploits prevention
Z1 SecureMail Gateway enhances the M365 infrastructure with email encryption according to the S/MIME and OpenPGP standards as well as password-based [...] Read more
Send electronic prescriptions to patients via email in compliance with GDPR
TLS is unfit for patient communication outside healthcare networks—due to data protection. Read why content encryption is appropriate. Read more
When can I use domain certificates for email encryption?
Domain certificates are certificates issued to legal entities. Are these certificates useful and what should be considered? Read more
The latest court ruling on the EU Trade Secrets Protection Act in Germany: Is TLS encryption for emails sufficient as a protective measure?
How reasonable are your steps to guard business and avoid managing director liability? Understand transport vs. content encryption. Read more
1000 euro headhunter prize to Edward Snowden
We donate 1000 euro to Edward Snowden for every new employee who refers to him in their Zertificon application Read more
End-to-end email encryption – best practices for enterprises
Businesses need secure email. It needs to be confidential, compliant. So end-to-end encryption is the answer? Here is what E2EE means for enterprises. Read more