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About Email Encryption

Email encryption can secure the integrity and privacy of messaging data during transmission. Additionally, it can protect email data where it's stored – on Exchange Server, a Microsoft Outlook email client on a desktop, a mobile device, or even a disk archive or backup tape. Discover tips and resources that will help you find the best email encryption software for your organization and help you properly implement a messaging data encryption solution.