G Suite (formerly known as Google Apps for Work) is incredibly useful for small businesses, enterprises, and everything in between. Its security policies are sound as well — along with being FISMA-moderate certified, Google guarantees your data will only be stored for as long as you want it to be. None of this, of course, means that your information is invulnerable to attack.
Your Business is Your Data. And Your Data Lives in Your Email.
Your email and data security are only as good as the safeguards you put in place. We’ve put together a free guide for you to to get you up-to-speed on G Suite email encryption, including proven techniques and practical tips for securing your business in the cloud.
From invaluable intellectual property to sensitive employee data, the corporate inbox is a veritable treasure trove for hackers. That’s why your security strategy must include comprehensive email encryption.
Our guide explains the factors driving the need for email encryption, walks you through the options available to organizations using Google Apps and provides a practical checklist for determining requirements for your organization. It also provides a brief overview of Virtru, a practical client-side encryption solution for G Suite.
Download our free guide today to learn:
- Strengths and weaknesses of different types of encryption
- Security considerations when moving to the cloud
- Why Google’s native encryption option may not be enough
- A practical checklist for determining your email encryption requirements