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Complete FS Takes Data Security To The Next Level

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Specialist lending packager, Complete FS, has announced the adoption of Mailock, which encrypts emails between themselves and their customers to keep sensitive data secure.

Complete FS has partnered with Beyond Encryption, an ISO27001 certified company specialising in technology for many of the world’s most reputable financial institutions, to deliver secure digital engagement platforms. Their innovative product, Mailock, gives Complete FS the total protection it needs to send data securely.

In association with Beyond Encryption, Complete FS is also offering its introducers the opportunity to adopt Mailock on their own email systems at a special introductory rate.

Paul Holland, CEO of Beyond Encryption, commented:

“The Financial Services industry is particularly susceptible to cyber-crime attacks, so we’re delighted that Complete FS joins the growing number of businesses taking positive steps to secure their customer communications. Mailock isn’t just about security, given that it affords its users the ability to prove delivery to an Identified recipient. This can be a powerful means of accelerating sales pipeline, as well as augmenting the compliance audit trail”

Complete FS Director, Phil Jay said, “The evidence cannot be ignored. While we have not suffered any direct issues, the opportunities for stealing data are growing and in handling sensitive personal data, we risk the possibility that fraud could take place if we simply ignore what we believe is our responsibility to introducers and their customers.”

“The decision to invest in this encryption technology was an easy one once we had evaluated competing alternative providers. Customers can feel reassured that their data is now going to be completely secure, and I would urge all of our introducers to look carefully at following our lead, as sending sensitive personal data by normal email leaves it susceptible to cyber-crime and in turn may actually contravene GDPR legislation?”

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