What is your ‘Secure Community’?

Microsoft Outlook Secure Send - recipient is a member of your trusted community

Microsoft Outlook Secure Send - recipient a member of your trusted community

The simplified secure send process for a Microsoft Outlook user emailing a recipient who is part of their secure trusted community. Having met your identity challenge and registered for a basic (FREE) account with Beyond Encryption, your recipient is added to your trusted community.

 

Receiving and replying to a secure Mailock email where the recipient is a ‘trusted’ secure community member

Receiving and replying to a secure Mailock email where the recipient is a ‘trusted’ secure community

Once the sender and recipient are ‘connected’ by way of their secure community, two-way secure communications becomes extremely simple and efficient.

 

This means the challenge is no longer needed on future messages, but you always have the option if you want to increase the security level of an email. You will always require a challenge when sending a secure message to unregistered users as they don’t have a confirmed account to add to your community. For this reason, it’s worth asking your recipients to sign up for a free account if you plan on sending them more than a few emails. The easiest way to do this is for them to reply to your message and they’ll be guided through the process.

 

Even if a recipient is part of your secure community, you can still add a challenge if you want to ‘dial up’ the level of security on a message. When you send a message, you’ll be told you don’t need to add a challenge, but you have the option to add one.