Easy-Secure has been introduced to EncryptTitan as a third method of delivery for encrypted email.

Modified on Fri, 31 May 2024 at 05:08 PM


Easy-Secure has been introduced to EncryptTitan as a third method of delivery for encrypted email.
 

Easy Secure provides the following benefits over TLS-Verify

  1. By default, Easy-secure does not require account registration or a password.  The message can only be access by knowing the unique access key code for the easy-secure email, which is embedded in the secure message link.
  2. One-time password (OTP) can be required as a form of additional authentication. one-time passwords can be sent by email or SMS, and Software Authenticators.
  3. The encrypted email is stored securely within EncryptTitan’s secure storage system.
  4. Message Recall is available to the sender
  5. Recipient "action auditing" is available to the sender.
  6. The recipient is provided options to download the message with password protection and/or with AES-256 encryption.



 When an easy-secure email is sent to a recipient, the recipient will receive a notification message that looks similar to a typical secure portal notification message.

 

  • Graphical user interface, text, application

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    Graphical user interface, text, application, email

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  • A limited menu is available that provides the following portal options.

  • Reply securely to message.
  • Print message.
  • Save and download of message to a password-protected PDF.
  • Save and download of message to a crypto Zip File.
  • Save and download of message to a AES-256 encrypted Zip File.


    When a one-time-password (OTP) is required.

    If additional verification is required by the sender, a one-time-password will be sent to the recipient, either through email, SMS, or a software authenticator, the recipient will be first be prompted to enter the OTP before the secure message is displayed.

    By default, the OTP will be sent to the recipients by email.



    The recipient has the option of changing the OTP delivery method. Methods supported are email, SMS and Software Authenticator.


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