Comprehensive Email Security for Utah Small Businesses
Many people believe emails are an inherently secure method of communication. Unfortunately, that is not the case. Emails must be securely encrypted before sending and screened when received to ensure sensitive information is protected. If this task is not completed properly, one malicious email can be used to steal employee credentials, obtain fraudulent payments, and even install Trojans and ransomware.
Looking for help with email security in Utah?
Email security must be undertaken by experienced IT professionals to ensure complete protection. When data security isn’t taken seriously, a cyber attack can cost a company its financial security and its reputation as an industry leader. Email is a popular attack vector, so it is critical that enterprises and individuals take measures to secure their email accounts against common attacks as well as attempts at unauthorized access to accounts or communications.
If you’re looking for a true email encryption solution, contact the secure email professionals at INTELITECHS.
DMARC, DKIM, and SPF Services in Utah
These acronyms may seem intimidating, but they are really just standards that allow for different facets of email authentication. Each method allows the email sender to receive proof that you are who you say you are.
Why is this important? You don’t want your data to end up in the wrong hands, and email spoofing is one of the most common ways phishing scams happen. Each of these methods will help you reduce the likelihood and deliverability of phishing scams.
Allows the sending server to specify which IP addresses are allowed to send emails for a specific Domain or .com address.
Provides a digital signature as well as an encryption key that proves that the email is legitimate and not altered or fake.
Uses both the SPF and DKIM authentication methods in a framework that allows you to decide how the email from the sending domain is processed if it doesn’t pass an authorization test.
Cloud Hosted Email: Office 365 and More
No longer forced to host their own email using an on-site server, many companies are turning to the cloud for hosted email. Choosing the cloud can offer built-in protection against common email security concerns, so this is the most reliable and cost-effective option for many small businesses.
There are many different providers that can offer hosting for exchange or other email systems, but switching to hosted email must be undertaken by a knowledgeable team to ensure security is maintained throughout the process. If you’re interested in using Gmail or Microsoft Office 365 as your company’s email system, we’re happy to help you make the switch secure and efficiently.
Our customers have been trusting the email management professionals at INTELITECHS to keep their data secure for over a decade. We’ll clear up all the confusing acronyms and create a concise, easy to understand the approach that keeps your company’s email communication protected.
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We love chatting about how our customized email security solutions can revolutionize your business. INTELITECHS is proud to serve clients in Utah, Arizona, Nevada, Idaho, Colorado, New Mexico, Wyoming, Oregon, and Washington.
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