Most email providers offer their services for free. It’s an amazing thing. People sign up and never pay a dime to exchange files and messages with other people. Free comes at a price, and that’s something that most people fail … Read more
Although HIPAA, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, was signed into law in 1996, not much has been done to enforce compliance. The act was originally designed to keep patients’ medical information safe, secure, and private.
HIPAA was written … Read more
This article was written by guest tech blogger Peter Selmeczy.
The terms PGP, OpenPGP, and GPG are often used interchangeably. While they are similar, and based around each other, they are in-fact different entities altogether.
In this article we’ll compare … Read more
Earlier this year PrivateMail increased user file security by adding a standalone AES-256 encrypted folder, and now we are taking security a step further with Secure Share. This new feature allows users to share sensitive files securely by encrypting the … Read more
Almost nothing happens via paper mail anymore. Everything is digital. While email is more convenient and environmentally friendly, it comes with a huge set of vulnerabilities. People get bills, bank statements, and credit card information sent via email. What would … Read more
If you’ve tried to sign up for anything anywhere online in the past six months, you’ve probably noticed that password requirements have become increasingly strict. Some websites have requirements that may even border on absurd. Hackers are smarter than they’ve … Read more