At Jumble we’ve been busy building some really exciting new features to help you secure more data, more easily. We’ve listened to feedback from our users and have incorporated it into our latest Google Apps release on Chrome (available here: https://www.jumble.io/install#platforms). The changes in our latest release include everything from… Read more »
Version 3.1 of Jumble for Outlook has now been released, which means we have a lot of exciting new features and updates to share with you. Outlook is still one of the most popular email clients used by businesses, and we support all versions from Outlook 2010 through to Outlook… Read more »
Business Email hacking is on the rise. What are the chances of your business’s emails getting hacked? Cybercrime is big business Due to increases in cyber crime and regulation businesses, now more than ever, need to secure their data. In fact, according to a 2013 Europol Serious and Organized Threat Assessment the… Read more »
End-to-end email encryption is the ONLY encryption a business should consider. Due to improved understanding of cyber security within business and organizations, CIO ‘s and IT leaders are looking at email encryption as another defence pillar within their overall data security strategy. Choosing “End-to-end” email encryption means data been sent will be encrypted… Read more »
Email leaks – who is next? According to email encryption technology firm Jumble, if a defence force can be subject to an email leak then it begs the question, who is next? Secure communications The first line of communication between many organisations remains email and all too frequently sensitive data… Read more »
Bad news… we were told that our encrypted emails looked a little ugly and quite frankly we couldn’t argue. Good news… we listened, did a little work and we’d like to take the opportunity to introduce our awesome, newly designed encrypted email. Drumroll please….. We’ve released a new version of… Read more »
If 2013 was the year of shedding light on the NSA surveillance programs, 2014 was definitely the year of high profile hacks and attacks on personal accounts, businesses, Governments and celebrities. The cybercriminals have been very busy, so as we start 2015 let’s reflect on some of the important events… Read more »
Just a quick note to say Happy Thanksgiving to everyone celebrating today and a reminder to stay safe and protect yourself during Black Friday and Cyber Monday. To help you stay safe we’ve created a little infographic on good password hygiene, see below.