Secure Email Services | Killingly, CT
We’re an experienced secure email provider offering comprehensive email security solutions to keep your business and your data protected!
What is Email Encryption?
Email encryption is a process of securing the content of emails from a fake sender looking to obtain the receiver’s information. In its encrypted form, an email is no longer readable by a human. Only with your private email key can your emails be unlocked and decrypted back into the original message.
We are a local secure email provider helping businesses with secure email services for SMBs and enterprise organizations in the Killingly, CT area. IT Support RI is an experienced email security company capable of ensuring your organization’s email system is secure, protected against threats, and properly monitored. Contact our team today to learn more!
Why IT Support RI?
Dedicated IT Consultant
We assign your company a dedicated IT consultant. This way you have someone that knows your IT needs inside and out.
Onsite service calls are included with our service plan. With us, you won’t pay extra when a technician is dispatched to your location for a service call.
We support our economy and only employ and dispatch local technicians.
All Inclusive Support
Our service plans include remote and onsite support during business hours. This helps you to budget your IT expenses easily.
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What is Email Encryption?
Email encryption is the coding or scrambling of an email message, in order to protect the contents from being read by anyone who is not the intended recipient.
When to Encrypt?
Anytime you send sensitive information like social security numbers, credit card numbers, health records, tax information, you should always encrypt the email.
Why Encrypt Emails?
Encryption increases your privacy. You can prevent other people from intercepting and reading the contents of an email.
Benefits of Encryption
Email encryption means email security. By encrypting an email, only someone with the right authorization or key can decipher your message. You don’t have to worry about information ending up in the wrong hands.
We were impressed from the first moment they responded to our request for a proposal. They quickly familiarized themselves with our needs, software, layout, and demonstrated an immediate understanding of the challenges that we were facing.
I’ve worked for various non-profit organizations, and IT always seems to be an area where we struggle because of resources we have available. Since we started working with IT Support RI, there’s never a blip in our services. They’re always right on target and they’re a pleasure to work with
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How to Encrypt an Email
3 Ways To Encrypt Emails
If you access your email through Outlook Web Access (www.outlook.office365.com), you can encrypt emails via the “Protect” button along the top of a new email.