Protect communications from being compromised with signed and encrypted email
Email fraud is commonplace. We frequently hear about new email scams that are committed to gain access to private information, falsify transactions, steal identities and otherwise perpetuate fraudulent activities. Even so, we are tied to our electronic devices to maintain constant communication with people and businesses we know and in some cases we don’t. We increasingly use online email applications to transact business and to communicate with one another.
Many of us are familiar with the term phishing, where fraudsters send emails in an attempt to coax us into providing confidential information such as passwords and account information. Clever fraudsters can intercept email and glean information that is intended to be kept confidential. Very clever fraudsters can even access a person’s email account and send actual communications from that account using business and personal contact lists associated with the account.
Without protection, we run the risk of experiencing an email compromise when we least expect it. Learn how the use of a digital certificate can easily and cost-effectively be used to protect your email communications.
To help you select the certificate that you can use to secure your email and for other important functions, explore the following email certificate categories.
Choose from public or U.S. government trusted certificates to secure your email