Increase Security with Secure Messaging
More and more businesses need to send and receive sensitive information within their day-to-day operations. Email is not secure. So, how do you send and receive PII and other sensitive information safely? CourseVector’s Secure Messaging System may be the answer!
What is PII?
Personally Identifiable Information (PII), technically speaking, is “information that can be used to identify, contact, or locate a single person, or to identify an individual in context” (Wikipedia). Simply put, it is PII “when it can be reasonably linked to a particular person, computer, or device” (FTC). The definition of PII is ever-changing, and varies from state to state. It can be used on its own or with other information. PII can also be sensitive or not. Sensitive PII is unique to an individual and might include account numbers, social security number, or driver’s license number.
Data breaches can happen when sensitive information is sent via insecure means, like via email, among other unfortunate mistakes. Help to prevent a data breach within your organization by using a secure method to send sensitive data.
Send information and documents using a secure, one-time message
CourseVector’s secure messaging system offers a quick and easy way to send sensitive information. Some features include:
- Messages self-destruct after they are read.
- Each message can have a password for added security.
- Messages are available for a limited time only for added security.
- Add information to the body of the message, or attach a document.
- Messages and attachments are encrypted in transit and at rest.
- The system is free to use.
For a small fee, the system can be “skinned” to match any website. This makes our secure messaging platform ideal for any business.
Contact us today to begin protecting sensitive information by using CourseVector’s secure messaging platform.
CourseVector provides no warranties, expressed or implied, as to the fitness for use of this service. Use of this service is at your own risk. Saving files to unencrypted local drives and folders could violate company or legally mandated compliance. Care should be taken when saving any document containing sensitive information. CourseVector takes every precaution to ensure the data sent through this service is secure. An SSL certificate is used to encrypted the data from you to our server, and then from the server to your client. Once the data reaches our server, it is encrypted using current encryption technologies. At no time is the entire encryption key available to CourseVector or the user. Encrypted messages and attachments are destroyed either upon the expiration date provided by the user or when the message is read by the intended recipient.
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