Spambrella Email Encryption provides a cloud-based email security solution that can prevent confidential information or intellectual property from being intercepted.
With today’s online and mobile society, confidential data is always on the move and always at risk. With one innocent click, years of product research, valuable intellectual property, and billions of dollars in account data can be lost through a simple email message. Mitigate the risks by encrypting your mail messages with Spambrella Email Encryption, part of our outbound email protection service. Our Security-as-a-Service solution helps organizations protect valuable information easily and economically, maintain a stronger business, and comply with privacy regulations.
Spambrella’s Email Encryption safeguards your confidential data and enables you to maintain compliance with regulations requiring encryption of sensitive data. A cloud-based solution, Spambrella Email Encryption delivers unparalleled scalability, eliminates the burden of managing a solution, and empowers your mobile workforce to send and receive encrypted emails ubiquitously from any email client.
Easy to implement, manage, and use, Spambrella Email Encryption is a scalable, reliable, and secure service that protects your most valuable and confidential data. Add the ultimate message protection for you and your customers with Spambrella Email Encryption.
SaaS Email Encryption Technology
The Spambrella SaaS Email Encryption is built with trusted and proven standards-based encryption technologies. It removes the difficulty of installing and managing current solutions and is easy to use.
Spambrella encryption service NIST 800-171 compliant?
Spambrella has a documented Information Security Program that is aligned with the requirements of NIST 800-53 and ISO 27001. By being aligned with NIST 800-53, it is also aligned with NIST 800-171 (DFARS), which is a subset of NIST 800-53. While our commercial offerings are not certified to be compliant with these standards, our security controls broadly address the requirements of these frameworks.
Our security controls address Physical and Logical access, Physical and Personnel Security, Change Management, Software Development, Encryption, Continuous Monitoring, and Third-Party Vendors. Services are hosted in Tier-3 co-location facilities.
Proofpoint owns and manages all server, storage, network, and security devices that host the Services in locked, dedicated cages in those facilities.
Protect your sensitive email messages—while ensuring your affiliates, business partners and end users still have seamless access to those secured messages on their computers or mobile devices. Our email encryption solution provides valuable assistance in the following areas:
Ensure that all email encryption policies are centrally managed and enforced at the gateway, before distribution—whether they are driven by regulatory compliance, data security or internal corporate concerns. Rely on a convenient graphical interface provided for defining enterprise email encryption policies, which can be triggered based on structured, unstructured or keyword/regular expression content matches, identified by our DLP engine. The end user is not involved in any decision-making, but simply presses “Send.” The email is then automatically identified and encrypted or not, depending on policy requirements.
Key and Certificate Management
Eliminate the administrative overhead associated with traditional email encryption services. Our keys are generated per message copy, so you can revoke access to single messages—without ever worrying about keeping track of all the keys.
Simplify Storage and Backup
Simplify the email storage and backup overhead that is typically associated with email encryption software with our key service that handles all key management functions using our next-generation software-as-a-service (SaaS) infrastructure.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Q. What packages is Data Loss Prevention included in?
Q. How is Data Loss Prevention enabled?
Q. Do the logs report on Scan information?
Q. Can a user see the terms included in the dictionary?
Q. Does Spambrella support custom dictionaries?
Q. Is Data Loss Prevention available for customers on trial?
Q. How do I know Data Loss Prevention is enabled?
For additional questions, please see the DLP FAQ.
Creating a Filter that uses a Dictionary
For additional questions, please see the DLP FAQ.
Creating a Filter that uses a Smart Identifier
A smart identifier is a pre-defined regular expression used to locate specific content in an email such as a Credit Card number of Drivers License Number.
Encrypting an email
If you wish to make use of Spambrella Encryption service you must be on Advanced package or above.
This feature then needs to be enabled. To enable please go to:
To send an outbound email so that it is encrypted:
This will encrypt an outbound email if the subject contains the keyword [encrypt] i.e. included in the square brackets.
N.B. You must use Spambrella to filter your outbound email. If using Spambrella to filter only inbound email this feature will not work.
Situation – The console has four phases of deployment. During your rollout/deployment, you want to know what order to deploy each phase and what each phase includes.
Solution – Manage your Essentials console in the following sequence.
For the smoothest deployment possible, you should go through the following four phases:
This gives you access to the Administration Console, with one administrative account, one organization, and one server.
Add a small group of users and possibly additional administrators. Set up your service.
Using LDAP Discovery, add your remaining users and domains, and set the filter configurations and access levels as required.
On-going support of your users and servers. This may require adjusting filter settings, managing users and domains, and adding new or configuring existing email servers.
If you wish to make use of Spambrella Encryption service (Proofpoint Secure Share) you must be subscribed to the Advanced or Professional email security service packages. Please visit the email security service page to review the plans available.
Enable Email Encryption Service
How to create the standard subject filter with [encrypt]
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