AppRiver Update

Cybersecurity News and Threat Intelligence for Business

AppRiver Partners Gain Access to ZixEncrypt

on May 07, 2019 | by appriver | zixencrypt, encryption, email encryption

AppRiver always has been a go-to platform for securely connecting managed service providers and their customers but is becoming even more powerful after its acquisition by Zix. By integrating ZixEncrypt email encryption capabilities with the AppRiver suite, Zix will make these communication encrypti ... read more

Office 365: Keep confidential data, email safe & s…

on June 20, 2017 | by Teresa Zwierzchowski | email encryption, email security, Network Security, Office 365

Office 365’s user numbers are expected to surpass 100 million in 2017. With the vast amount of data shared via email in the Office 365 Suite, a critical question IT admins should be asking is: How secure is it? While Office 365 comes equipped with native security features, the suite doesn’t offer th ... read more

How E-Signatures Can Help Real Estate

on May 11, 2016 | by Kristy McDaniel Baia | e-Signature, email encryption

Whether you’re a lender, title company, attorney, or realtor, if you’re in the real estate market, you know the scrimmage of getting all parties to sign the appropriate documents on time in a secure manner. Many markets, including the real estate market, have turned to electronic signature solutions ... read more

Lawyers instinctively understand that they have a responsibility to protect the confidentiality and privacy of their client’s information. And, for good reason. Our free whitepaper on email security in law firms, explains what you need to know and how you can use secure email to win more clients. read more

Google’s Warning (And Why It’s Not Enough)

on February 10, 2016 | by Kristy McDaniel Baia | email encryption, Security Risks, Tech News

Kudos to Google for alerting Gmail users when they are about to send or receive mail that is not protected by Transport Layer Security (TLS). It’s certainly a step in the right direction, but it promotes the idea that TLS equals encryption. read more