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Uncover the Common Myths and Misconceptions Related to Email Security

May 28, 2019 / in Blog, Encryption/Security / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

Your Friends Siri and Alexa Have Changed IT Security Your close friends Siri and Alexa may have done more to change how IT staff are re-inventing how they think about Internet security than years of tech tips and training sessions. In a Siri and Alexa world, we normal humans are trained to believe that what you need is a click or voice prompt away. Anything. And, it should just work. Never mind the thousands of Amazon human workers all over the world that [...]

Tips to Consider to Start Securing Your Email

July 20, 2017 / in Blog, Encryption/Security / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

$100 Million IT Budget May Not Secure “The Human Factor” Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman has joined a new club along with the CEOs of Goldman Sachs, Barclays and Citigroup. Each has fallen victim to an email prankster who, posing as a colleague or friend, sent email messages to them and tricked them into responding. Luckily no money or data was stolen. These banks spend millions on cybersecurity yet the weakest link is still the human factor. It’s easy to push [...]

How Can You Prove What Really Happened Behind Closed Doors?

June 15, 2017 / in Blog, Registered Email™ / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

Can we ever know what happened in a meeting behind closed doors, with no recording devices and no third party witnesses? Probably not. Is email a clearer way to communicate a complex message? Not always…. Have you ever been in a situation where an email vanishes? Has your recipient ever claimed not to have received your message, a contract, even your invoice? When an email gets lost without the sender being aware, the entire conversation or negotiation can derail, and t [...]

Understanding Common Misconceptions About Email Delivery (Part 2)

March 15, 2016 / in Blog, Encryption/Security / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

Most disputes center on who said what to whom and when. When an email gets lost without the sender being aware, the entire conversation or negotiation can derail, and there can be serious financial and/or reputational damage as a consequence. Have you ever been in a situation where an email vanishes? Part 2 of “Common Misconceptions about Email Delivery” prepares you in case delivery of your (or a client’s) time-dependent email is disputed. Let’s get right into the m [...]

“Who Said What When” Is at The Center of Most Disputes

March 10, 2016 / in Blog, Encryption/Security / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

Most would agree that “who said what when” is at the centre of most disputes. In today’s email-centric world, many turn to their “Sent Folder” or “Inbox” to demonstrate who said what when. They may forward these emails to the people with whom they are in dispute, or may print the email to serve as their record. Before relying on this simple text record, it is essential to consider how it will stand up to scrutiny if its content authenticity, timestamp of sending, [...]

Quiz: How Do You Know Your Email Was Delivered?

February 29, 2016 / in Blog, Registered Email™ / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

We all send emails — some trivial and others that are incredibly important or time sensitive. For the important email messages, how do you know – and prove – that your email was delivered? Take this short quiz to see whether you truly understand how email delivery works. Take the Quiz! Question 1: I did not get a bounce notice, so I know my email got there. True/False Question 2: I c [...]

Litigation Counsel Guide: How to Prove Service of Court Documents by Email – Update

December 07, 2012 / in Blog, Registered Email™ / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

This posting should serve as a reference guide for process servers or lawyers who need to prove service by email. (1) Serve by email (1a) Florida Rules of Judicial Administration now require service of court documents to opposing counsel by email and rely upon the sender to track and prove delivery of said emails, and any attachments, to the intended recipient. The Florida Bar now offers RPost Registered Email™ [...]

Litigation Counsel Guide: How to Prove Service of Court Documents by Email

July 11, 2012 / in Blog, Registered Email™ / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

This posting should serve as a reference guide for process servers or lawyers who need to prove service by email. (1) Request permission to serve by email Request permission from the judge to serve court documents sent by RPost Registered Email™ service. Report to the judge that you will use the RPost Registered Email™ service as this method will produce a Registered Receipt™ email record that could be filed in paper form as supporting eviden [...]

Reduce Paperwork and Other Costs While Speeding Deal Closing Time

November 24, 2010 / in Blog, Registered Email™ / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

Factoring and commercial finance firms worldwide are gaining an edge by going paperless, but not without first managing the risks of standard email. J.W. Reed Jr., president and CEO of Jhanira Capital Funding, describes his experience with RPost: “We needed a solution that could speed-up the process of transferring critical documents and more importantly protect us from debtors and clients who claim they didn’t receive a notification requesting or receivin [...]