How to avoid the exposure of your company's information?

Every day we share a large amount of data to third parties such as customers, individuals, suppliers, among others. On many occasions, shared information can become critical to a company if it gets into unwanted hands.

Secure Data Exchange allows organizations to securely exchange data of any type and size. To this end, as an administrator, you will obtain relevant information about "where, what, who and when" a file has been transferred. To do this, you can set different permission levels at the group and storage level, for example, allowing certain users to edit files while other users can only view them.

In just 4 steps

To share data via email securely will only be necessary:

1. Log in

As an administrator, you will have access to your platform where you can:

  •  Configure your mailings directly from the web console.
  •  Protect the documents or files you need.
  •  Monitor and analyze the openings and use of your information
  •  Setup security policies.

2. Upload files

After login to the web console, the administrator will upload the information you want to protect which will then be shared. Secure Data Exchange will ensure that a security layer is applied so that the information is not decrypted or disassociated from the protection applied.

3. Send a secure email

Once the documents are uploaded so that they can be sent, all that is left is to send the email we need. To do this, the sender will send the email to the recipient using LNK Connection that will be responsible for inspecting the email and ensuring that the rules that we've established in this step.

4. File reception

The recipient will securely receive the email with the protected content where to access it they will have to enter a password that will have been automatically provided via email. For any access, Secure Data Exchange will run the security policy flow to confirm that the defined security policies are met.

With Outlook plugin

Through the Outlook plug-in, mail and/or attachments are uploaded to the Web console, allowing you to do so as well:


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