RMail email encryption is commonly used within financial services industries and sectors that are processing financial transactions or are required to meet the same privacy needs. Additionally, RMail email encryption is used in the insurance, legal, human resources, health care, biotech, life sciences, clinical research, and other industries where businesses interact with clients and transmit sensitive, personal, financial, or health related information.
Watch full video of Ingo Wittig discuss RMail & RSign at Optimize!2020.
IT Manager, Durham & Bates Insurance
For financial privacy and security, RPost has established system settings for its encryption services for those who are required to be PCI compliant. Unique to RPost’s RMail email encryption service is an option for PCI complaint encryption. For compliance, these customers set the minimum level of TLS for PCI Compliance. They set the minimum level to, for example, TLS 1.2 such that if TLS 1.2 is not available, but a lesser TLS is (or no TLS), the message automatically reverts to RPost’s AES-256 Bit PDF encryption rather than have the message sent TLS 1.0 (or without encryption).
European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is an information security standard for organizations that handle credit cards. The PCI Standard is required by credit card brands but administered by the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council.
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