Email Encryption to Protect Sensitive Message and Attachments

July 02, 2020 / in Blog, Encryption/Security / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

Pig Latin Will Remain a Legal form of Encryption As today’s technological and political environments are becoming ever more polarized, it is useful once again the think about these trends in the context of America’s foundation—i.e. the reason for celebrating Independence Day in America. Privacy and constitutional rights continue to be debated publicly, which most would agree is healthy, and with today’s political, health, security, and economic challenges, tec [...]

Our Most Popular Insights from 2019

January 06, 2020 / in Blog, Tech Essentials / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

Happy New Year from RPost! And now a brief look back at the year that was… 2019 brought us impeachment, college admissions scandals, more Brexit, record stock prices, and Baby Yoda. It was also another busy year in the cyber world; in particular, in the areas where we focus — messaging security, privacy compliance, e-delivery and e-sign productivity. Our Tech Essentials educational email series has been distributed to more than 15 million business professionals [...]

How to Protect Sensitive Email Content & Attachments for Both Senders and Recipients

May 13, 2019 / in Blog, Encryption/Security / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

Pig Latin, Russian Spies and Email Encryption With the recent media focus on cybersecurity, whether it is talk of Russian hackers scheming to influence US presidential elections, or the pervasive pressure to comply with GDPR or HIPAA (healthcare privacy regulations) or other consumer data privacy requirements, “encryption” is one of the solutions that is often introduced. When sending email, email encryption can indeed protect your strategic dialog from potential [...]

Chinese Spy Hunting and The Cryptographic Cliff

May 25, 2017 / in Blog, Encryption/Security / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

The recently publicized Chinese spy hunt success in netting or killing at least 12 CIA spies may have been the result of the Chinese cracking the CIA’s secure communications methods. The insights the Chinese gained from eavesdropping on CIA electronic (secure) communications in China may have provided the roadmap to eliminate these CIA spies. One would assume that the CIA’s secure communications use the highest levels of encryption, far more complex than commercial communic [...]

Russian Hackers and Pig Latin

August 03, 2016 / in Blog, General / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

With the recent media focus on cybersecurity, whether it is talk of Russian hackers scheming to influence US presidential elections or “Brexit” votes, or the pervasive pressure to comply with HIPAA (healthcare privacy regulations) or other consumer data privacy requirements, “encryption” is one of the solutions that is often introduced. When sending email, email encryption can indeed protect your strategic dialog from potential exposure, and its mere use can demonstrate [...]