Category Archives: Jumble for business

Posts relating to the legal and healthcare markets and how those professionals can secure their data

Black Friday and Cyber Monday email encryption special offer

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Using the Jumble discount code CYBER50, you can get 50% off Jumble’s simple email encryption business basic plan for 3-months for you and your entire company.  Jumble provides one-click email encryption that’s secure, easy to set-up and simple to use. Black Friday “officially” commenced on the 27th November, but many… Read more »

Gmail’s encrypted email warning, what’s missing?

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Gmail’s encrypted email warning is coming for emails that are sent and received through unsecured connections.  Earlier this month, Google released their Safer Email Transparency report, which reveals the strides made in email encryption between 2013 and 2015.  It’s very important to note that these strides specifically relate to the… Read more »

Email Hacking – Is your business at risk?

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

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 »

Securing End User Devices – Conflicts between mobility and security

As businesses demand increased productivity, employees search for the optimal work-life balance and with the number of items connected to the “Internet of Things” (IoT) about to explode from 4.9 billion in 2015 to more than 25 billion by 2020, the era of BYOD – Bring Your Own Device –… Read more »

Sony Pictures Hack – Are your ex-employees exposing you?

It’s been over three weeks since the Sony Pictures Hack hit the headlines and there’s still no sign of the story abating with new revelations coming out on a daily basis. The cyber attack, which was carried out by the Guardians of Peace (GOP), is an extremely high profile story… Read more »