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Email security vendor Trustifi is making free 90-day licenses to its email encryption solutions available to companies with 50 or more employees.
The offer is designed to help telecommuters exchange sensitive information securely over home networks through Outlook Online and Google Gmail. There is no obligation to purchase, the company says, at the end of the trial period.
“This is a challenging time for all of us, and the business community is responding swiftly. The call to increase the amount of virtual workers is a terrific strategy. However, we’d hate to see this present a new opportunity for cyber criminals,” said Idan Udi Edry, Trustifi’s CEO, in a media statement. “We’d like to do our part by helping to create more secure email environments for this sudden infusion of telecommuters and added virtual collaborative activities in the marketplace, since off-site infrastructures and home networks are likely not as well-secured as their main office environments. A 90-day trial may not only help protect the teleworkers’ data, but will help deter digital threats from being transmitted back to the parent office.”
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