June 19, 2017
Latest Feature Removes the Human Error in Sending Unsecured Emails
Irvine, CA – Identillect Technologies Corp. (TSX-V:ID | OTCQB: IDTLF | Frankfurt: 8ID) (the “Company” or “Identillect”) a trusted leading provider of SaaS email security, is pleased to announce the pending launch of Secure Scan technology for Delivery Trust™ email security plugins for O365™ users.
Secure Scan technology coupled with Delivery Trust™ email security eliminates the ability for users to inadvertently send out sensitive information in an unsecured message.
Identillect launched Secure Scan in 2016 as a pilot program specific to their Outlook plugin and received tremendous user feedback.
When it comes to data breaches, human error accounted for roughly 25% of the recorded incidents for 2016 in the US. The implementation of intuitive technologies such as Identillect’s Secure Scan help drastically reduce the possibility of employees unintentionally exposing sensitive data in their email communications by scanning the message and any attachments for any sensitive content and requiring security be applied when matches are identified. Organizations can implement all the most advanced security available, yet if there is no method to ensure it is utilized when most needed, it can all count for nothing.
Identillect CEO Todd Sexton states, “The resounding feedback we received from clients upon launching Secure Scan for our Outlook users in 2016 made it clear there is a very real need for this intuitive security technology across the many other platforms. The growing trend of organizations migrating to cloud technologies, such as O365, opens tremendous opportunities for growth as Identillect continues to develop security services for this expanding market. Secure Scan is one of the multiple initiatives Identillect has developed and continues to develop to make compliance and security simple, automated and intuitive.”
Identillect (TSXV: ID, OTCQB: IDTLF, Frankfurt: 8ID) is a leading provider of proprietary email encryption services. Identillect’s Delivery Trust™ email security technology platform empowers individuals and businesses of all sizes a cost-effective way to create a more secure digital environment and protect against cyber security risks. Delivery Trust™ is the industries simplest plug and play security solution with a broad range of features including; state of the art encryption technology, restricting email forwarding and printing, receipt confirmation, limiting time available to view, and retracting sent emails. Delivery Trust™ is available for iPhone®, iPad®, Android, Windows and Mac PC’s and Laptops and the web’s most popular email platforms. Since commercializing the product, Identillect has quickly grown its subscriber base and is becoming recognized in the security industry as a top e-mail security provider. To get more information, visit www.identillect.com; follow us on Twitter @IdentillectTech or on Facebook @identillecttechnologies.
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IDENTILLECT TECHNOLOGIES CORP.
Chief Executive Officer
Identillect Technologies Corp.
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