The attachments or entire e-mail are encrypted securely. The password is automatically sent as a text message via a second communication channel.
Why should you encrypt your e-mails?
An e-mail is like a postcard: it can be read in plain language by lots of people en route from A to B, for example the administrator and e-mail provider, and people linking into the line of transmission between sender and recipient. This is why you should protect and encrypt confidential that could cause considerable damage if disclosed to third parties.
Why should you use IS-FOX-Encrypt?
Why should you use IS-FOX Encrypt?
Encrypting e-mails with IS-FOX Encrypt is user-friendly and avoids obstructing everyday work life. The encryption technology from IS-FOX Encrypt works without PGP or S/MIME, as the setting up and use of very secure, asymmetrical solutions for e-mail encryption are unfortunately too complex for most users. Asymmetrical encryption generally fails if:
- the e-mail recipient does not support asymmetrical encryption
- another form of e-mail encryption is used (e.g. PGP vs. S/MIME)
- the key isn’t found
- the certificate is invalid
If both the sender and recipient are using IS-FOX Encrypt, the e-mail is completely and permanently encrypted on the push of a button and then simply browsed und archived. The e-mails and attachments encrypted in a highly compatible ZIP format can be opened on almost any terminal.
If you are already using S/MIME then we have the perfect addition for you: IS-FOX E-Mail Classification activates S/MIME encryption from your chosen confidentiality level. If the recipient’s key cannot be traced, IS-FOX E-Mail Classification immediately offers ZIP encryption from IS-FOX Encrypt as a replacement.
- Symmetrical end-to-end encryption using a password.
- Supported operating systems: Windows Vista, 7, 8 and 10 (32 or 64-bit).
- Supported versions of Microsoft Outlook: 2010, 2013 or 2016.
- IS-FOX Encrypt can be operated via terminal servers.
- The entire e-mail or alternatively only the attachments are encrypted in a ZIP file.
- Choose from the highly compatible ZIP 2.0 or the particularly secure Advanced Encryption Standard (AES 256).
- Automatic, encrypted transmission of the password to the SMS provider where it is fed in as a Premium SMS with delivery guarantee.
- Encrypted storage of the passwords used in the Password Manager tool with access control managed via user levels in Windows.
- Rollout of the Microsoft Outlook plug-ins via software distribution or Microsoft Group Policies.
- Simple upgrade to IS-FOX Classification.
Price list for commercial use:
Purchase price, incl. one-year update guarantee
All prices net plus statutory VAT.
You can calculate the overall cost of your licence needs with our IS-FOX Encrypt licence-calculator.
You also receive SMS contingents for the optional sending of passwords from 10 ct/SMS in the IS-FOX Encrypt-Portal.
How to obtain your commercial version of IS-FOX Encrypt:
- IS-FOX Encrypt stores all of your passwords encrypted in the integrated Password Manager tool and displays them on request.
- A standard password is stored for each recipient. IS-FOX Encrypt then suggests this standard password automatically the next time an e-mail is sent to the same recipient.
- If the e-mail is being sent to several recipients, the sender can create a group password and use it every time e-mails are sent to this group.
- The sender can always display the password for every encrypted e-mail sent.
- The user clicks on “Send encrypted”.
- The entire e-mail or just the attachments are then automatically encrypted in a ZIP file.
- AES-256 can be selected for particularly secure encryption.
- A password generator automatically creates a password (that the user can of course change) the first time an e-mail is sent.
- At the same time, the recipient’s mobile phone number is retrieved from the Outlook address book.
- The password is automatically sent (on request) to the recipient as a text message.
- The password used is stored encrypted in the IS-FOX Encrypt Password Manager and re-used when a new e-mail is sent to the same recipient.
If both the sender and recipient are using IS-FOX Encrypt, the e-mail is completely and permanently encrypted on the push of a button.