Encryption All Through with Registered Encryption

January 24, 2022 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

Psychology of Remote Communications We’re continuing our series on the psychology of remote communications this week, as many/most of us are still working remotely with the persistence of this latest covid variant. In addition, many of our readers have indicated that these tips have been very helpful in fostering better work communications over the last year and a half. This has reminded the scientist in me that we now have a baseline (albeit anecdotal) that these tips actually work! [...]

AI Infused Data Leak Protection from RMail Recommends™

December 27, 2021 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

Top 5 (Blissful) Last Min Tech Gifts You just woke up in cold sweat because you realized that you never bought holiday gifts for your cousins who love regulations, your forgetful uncle Jerry, your quick-minded aunt, your tech-savvy nieces and nephews, and of course something for you. Now shipping deadlines have passed, store shelves are barren, and inflation has made some of those must-have items 3x what they should cost. And forget about wrapping up those gifts, as there’s hardly an [...]

Detect Email Security Vulnerability with Registered Encryption™

December 15, 2021 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

Log4j and Security (In)Visibility In the IT security world, there’ve been a lot of sleepless nights recently due to a newly discovered security vulnerability that lets attackers who are not even very technically sophisticated, remotely inject code on a computer and take over control of it. This is due to a mishap in a very popular Apache Java program logging component, now nicknamed “Log4j” ( [...]

How To Check if the Email Sent was Delivered Encrypted all through to the Recipient

December 13, 2021 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

Registered Encryption, The Must-Have Gift of 2021 I’m not telling you anything new when I say that this holiday season is a bit unique—maybe not as unique (or uniquely bad) as last year, but certainly a time without precedent in my memory. First of all, it seems like the holiday shopping season got started in August, and Black Friday and Cyber Monday started weeks in advance ( [...]