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How does an Email Certificate Work?
Email-centric SSL certificates (S/MIME) are built from the ground up to serve as special sender-recipient communication validation solutions. They function in every imaginable context. From intra-organization communications all the way to encryption of private messages. Depending, of course, on where they've been implemented.
The goal is delightfully simple: to ensure that each and every document transit, message, or any other type of online data exchange is protected. As a service, these validation options use PKI (Public Key Infrastructure) to do the following:
- let users sign their emails digitally, so as to apply a Certificate Authority's identity validation
- encrypt the entire contents of said emails before they are sent online
This combination of features can protect from even the most relentless data mining attempts on the Internet. An email featuring a digital certificate installation of this type will successfully protect all users. Whether they are the sender or the recipient, it matters little - the email certificate will safeguard everyone involved.
Should You keep your e-mail communication safe?
You should do your best to maintain security on your IP address and domain. Make your company stand out to both private and enterprise-grade users with email certificates provided by industry-leading SSL providers.
Invest in data protection today: it's better to have an SSL implementation and not need it, rather than find yourself in a situation where you need an SSL, but don't have it. Reach out to SSLTrust today and make use of our support service in a matter of minutes.