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Is Email Exchange Secure

Data breach in an organisation can harm the organisation’s reputation and lead to financial loss. Our Email Exchange hosting uses Microsoft Exchange 2016, which allows you to secure sensitive information and manage incoming and outgoing emails within your network using SSL protection and Data Loss Prevention technology.

In this article, let’s define SSL and DLP and its role in Email Exchange security:


SSL (Secure Sockets Layer)

With SSL, all information that is communicated from server to web server is layered with data encryption to ensure that information is secure and private between users. Should hackers bypass security and download copies of your emails, it will remain encrypted and will not be readable.


DLP (Data Loss Prevention)

DLP is a business technology protection service designed to monitor and secure data that is flowing inside the network. A series of policies and rules are used in analysing and filtering emails to prevent accidental disclosure by employees, or theft by gaining access to sensitive information.

In addition, Email Exchange ensures that information is backed-up in secure databases, keeping emails and files accessible for you even in the event of a disaster or accidental deletion of files.

Congratulations! You just learned that with Email Exchange your emails and files are always secure and private. Learn more about Email Exchange by clicking here.

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