When it comes to your e-mail address, you might presume that only you can send an e-mail that originates from that address. Similarly, when you receive an e-mail, you might presume that whoever owns the e-mail address it claims to originate from has sanctioned that message. But there is nothing in the original standards for e-mail that guarantee either of these things. This free guide from the cloud encryption company, Tresorit, gives you a full overview of how to configure your e-mail system to send messages that pass muster and to prevent others from doing the same.
In this free email security guide, you'll learn about:
- the key principles of email security
- how to prevent unauthorized users from sending e-mails using domains managed by your organization
- a list of concrete actions you can take to secure your system