AMSTERDAM, April 19, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- CipherMail, an enterprise email security company, announced an email encryption gateway appliance for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SME). The SME version provides organizations with a feature rich email encryption and digital signing gateway at an affordable price. The SME version fills the gap between the free open source community edition and the enterprise edition.
CipherMail gateway provides an easy-to-use solution for the protection of email without requiring additional client software. The centralized policy based engine can be configured to automatically encrypt and/or digitally sign email based on regulatory compliance and business rules and help organizations to comply with the new European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). By digitally signing all outgoing email, organizations can protect themselves against spoofing and phishing.
The gateway seamlessly integrates with existing anti-virus, anti-Spam and archiving products. For additional security, all private keys can be stored on a tamper proof hardware security module (HSM). The CipherMail gateway supports all major email encryption standards like S/MIME, OpenPGP, PDF messenger and Webmail messenger.
CipherMail email encryption gateway can be installed as a virtual appliance for VMware or Hyper-V or can be installed on Linux and Unix based systems. Installation packages are available for RedHat/CentOS and Ubuntu/Debian.
CipherMail, founded in 2007, based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, provides email security products which allow organizations worldwide to automatically protect their email against unauthorized access both in transit and at rest. CipherMail focuses on "ease of use" appliances that enable companies and organizations to encrypt and/or digitally sign email without having to learn the complicated details of encryption, signing and certificate management. CipherMail is a firm believer of open source software. By providing the open source community edition at no costs, organizations can start encrypting their email without having to pay any license fees.