Easily Send Encrypted Email from Gmail and Outlook
Unlike legacy encryption software, Virtru is easy to use and quick to roll out to users to support end-to-end encryption and granular access controls for emails and attachments from Gmail and Microsoft Outlook.
On-demand client-side encryption for senders and a frictionless recipient experience ensure user adoption and enhance security awareness.
- Get end users up and running in minutes with seamless deployments.
- Read and respond directly from your inbox.
- View who has read your emails and control access.
- Search encrypted emails without giving access to third parties.
“We selected Virtru due to their thoughtful user interface and best in class data protection.”
-Ravi Pendse, VP and CIO, Brown University
Encrypt and Control Email, and Audit Access
Prevent Third-Party Access to Your Data
Using the interoperable, open standard Trusted Data Format (TDF), Virtru provides end-to-end email encryption and access controls to ensure only intended recipients have access to email content and attachments.
Maintain Control Over Your Sensitive Data
Revoke access at anytime. Set an expiration date, or disable forwarding, even after data is opened or shared. Watermark confidential email attachments to deter recipients from leaking sensitive data.
Audit Access to Email and Attachments
Granular audit trails let you see where sensitive content is shared, and revoke access at any point. Virtru provides full visibility into who has accessed or forwarded emails, with SIEM integrations for improved threat remediation.
“We like the control features. For example, being able to revoke a message, and have an audit trail, really sets Virtru apart.”
-Dave Steck, VP of IT Infrastructure, Schnucks Market
Protect Your Organization and Meet Compliance Requirements
Prevent Data Loss and Leaks
Configure Data Loss Prevention (DLP) policies to scan email messages and attachments for sensitive data, then apply encryption and access control policies before they leave your domain.
Automatically Protect Email, with Minimal IT Overhead
Detect and protect email and files sent from any connected device, even if users haven’t installed Virtru, with our Data Protection Gateway. Get rapid time-to-value with fully-hosted deployments that seamlessly integrate Virtru with your existing workflow.
Meet Regulatory Compliance Standards
If you are required to protect PII for HIPAA, FERPA, GDPR, CCPA, or other privacy regulations, Virtru keeps you compliant and provides granular audit reports.
“Virtru’s ease of use and fast implementation sets it apart from other solutions.”
-Steve Mena, VP of Operations, Premier Health Care
The Virtru Difference
Unlike other email encryption options, Virtru keeps messages and attachments protected throughout their full lifecycle, while ease of use ensures adoption and maximizes ROI.
No Third Party Access
Virtru’s end-to-end encryption, powered by the open standard Trusted Data Format, keeps plaintext data shielded from access by the email provider and other unauthorized parties.
No New Accounts
Virtru leverages existing account credentials. External recipients never have to create new usernames and passwords to access protected email.
No Keywords to Remember
Other approaches rely on keywords to protect email that busy users forget, putting email at risk. Virtru offers keyword-based AND on-demand protections that senders turn on by simply flipping a switch.
No Manual Key Exchanges
Unlike other end-to-end solutions, users never have to exchange keys. Virtru hosts keys and manages exchanges, making it easy for users to collaborate securely. You can also host your own keys.
No Separate Portal Applications or Software to Install
Virtru integrates seamlessly with existing email clients, including Gmail and Outlook. You don’t have to introduce redundant portal applications and new workflows that frustrate users.
No Forced Vendor Trust or Blind Subpoena Risk
Most vendors force you to trust them to host your data and the keys protecting it, risking blind government subpoenas. Virtru reduces this risk by storing keys separately from the data.