Secure Email Encryption for Outlook
Wouldn’t it be great if you could be assured that the sensitive emails that you send from Microsoft Outlook were sent secure? With our Secure Email Encryption Plug-in for Microsoft Outlook, you can be assured that your sensitive emails are sent and received securely.
How to Send a Secure Email from Microsoft Outlook
With our Send Secure button for Microsoft Outlook, you can simply click “Send NeoCertified” to be assured that your message and attachments have been encrypted and sent securely to your recipients.
How to Receive a Secure Email directly into Microsoft Outlook
With our Receive Secure Button for Microsoft Outlook, you can simply click “Receive NeoCertified” to have your encrypted emails that have been replied to by your recipients download right into your inbox without ever having to leave Outlook.
What your recipient sees when you send them a Secure Email
Once you click the “Send NeoCertified” button to send your recipient an Encrypted Email, this is the notification that your recipient will receive. After clicking on the link they will be taken to a co-branded page to log-in to view their message.
- Send and Receive directly from Microsoft Outlook
- No hardware to install or manage
- Works with your current email addresses and systems
- Simple setup and implementation
- Powerful encryption that ensures email compliance while using Outlook
- Integrates with Microsoft Outlook 2003, 2007, 2010 and 2013
- Microsoft Outlook 64 bit compatible
- Compatible Microsoft Exchange
- Integrates seamlessly with our Cloud Based Secure Email and NeoMobile to make sure you you have access to your secure emails no matter where you are
- No setup fees
- 30 day money back guarantee
The truth is that nearly every business big and small handles sensitive information on a daily basis, and may have a need for Secure Email it could be something as simple as an employees personal records to extremely sensitive (ePHI) “Electronic Personal Health Information”. With that being said industries such as Healthcare, Financial, Insurance, Legal and Non-Profit’s are some of the most heavily regulated by both State and Federal agencies and have specific compliance standards that they need to abide by.Here are a few examples of Federal level compliance standards and regulations:
- HIPAA – Health Insurance Portability Act of 1996
- HITECH Act- The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act
- FINRA – Financial Industry Regulatory Authority
- SEC – Security Exchange Commission
- GLBA – Gramm-Leach Bliley Act
- SOX – Sarbanes- Oxley Act
- OMB A- 123 – United States Office of Management and Budget
- PCI DSS – PCI Data Security Standard
Here are a few Examples of State Level Compliance Standards and Regulations according to National Conference of State Legislatures and other sources :
- Alaska – Alaska Stat. § 45.48.010 et seq.
- Arizona - Ariz. Rev. Stat. § 44-7501
- Arkansas - Ark. Code § 4-110-101 et seq.
- California - Cal. Civ. Code §§ 56.06, 1785.11.2, 1798.29, 1798.82 SB 1386 The California Breach Disclosure Act
- Colorado - Colo. Rev. Stat. § 6-1-716
- Connecticut - Conn. Gen Stat. 36a-701b
- Delaware – Del. Code tit. 6, § 12B-101 et seq..
- Florida - Fla. Stat. § 817.5681
- Georgia - Ga. Code §§ 10-1-910, -911
- Hawaii - Haw. Rev. Stat. § 487N-2
- Idaho - Idaho Stat. §§ 28-51-104 to 28-51-107
- Illinois - 815 ILCS 530/1 et seq. The Illinois Personal Information Protection Act (PIPA)
- Indiana - Ind. Code §§ 24-4.9 et seq., 4-1-11 et seq.
- Iowa - Iowa Code § 715C.1
- Kansas - Kan. Stat. 50-7a01, 50-7a02
- Louisiana - La. Rev. Stat. § 51:3071 et seq.
- Maine - Me. Rev. Stat. tit. 10 §§ 1347 et seq.
- Maryland - Md. Code, Com. Law § 14-3501 et seq.
- Massachusetts - Mass. Gen. Laws § 93H-1 et seq. 201 CMR 17:00 Standards for the Protection of Personal Information of Residents of the Common Wealth
- Michigan - Mich. Comp. Laws § 445.72
- Minnesota - Minn. Stat. §§ 325E.61, 325E.64
- Mississippi - 2010 H.B. 583 (effective July 1, 2011)
- Missouri - Mo. Rev. Stat. § 407.1500
- Montana - Mont. Code §§ 30-14-1704, 2-6-504
- Nebraska - Neb. Rev. Stat. §§ 87-801, -802, -803, -804, -805, -806, -807
- Nevada - Nev. Rev. Stat. §§ 603A.010 et seq., 242.183, SB 227 Nevada’s Data Encryption Law
- New Hampshire - N.H. Rev. Stat. §§ 359-C:19, -C:20, -C:21
- New Jersey - N.J. Stat. 56:8-163
- New York - N.Y. Gen. Bus. Law § 899-aa
- North Carolina - N.C. Gen. Stat § 75-65
- North Dakota - N.D. Cent. Code § 51-30-01 et seq.
- Ohio - Ohio Rev. Code §§ 1347.12, 1349.19, 1349.191, 1349.192
- Oklahoma - Okla. Stat. § 74-3113.1 and § 24-161 to -166
- Oregon - Oregon Rev. Stat. § 646A.600 et seq.
- Pennsylvania - 73 Pa. Stat. § 2303
- Rhode Island - R.I. Gen. Laws § 11-49.2-1 et seq.
- South Carolina - S.C. Code § 39-1-90
- Tennessee - Tenn. Code § 47-18-2107, 2010 S.B. 2793
- Texas - Tex. Bus. & Com. Code § 521.03, Tex. Ed. Code 37.007(b)(5) (2011 H.B. 1224)
- Utah - Utah Code §§ 13-44-101, et seq.
- Vermont - Vt. Stat. tit. 9 § 2430 et seq.
- Virginia - Va. Code § 18.2-186.6, § 32.1-127.1:05
- Washington - Wash. Rev. Code § 19.255.010, 42.56.590
- West Virginia - W.V. Code §§ 46A-2A-101 et seq.
- Wisconsin - Wis. Stat. § 134.98 et seq.
- Wyoming - Wyo. Stat. § 40-12-501 to -502
- District of Columbia - D.C. Code § 28- 3851 et seq.
- Guam - 9 GCA § 48-10 et seq.
- Puerto Rico - 10 Laws of Puerto Rico § 4051 et. seq.
- Virgin Islands - V.I. Code § 2208Please
note that we are simply listing laws and legislation, and are not offering any legal advise
We have been providing Secure Email for Outlook since 2002 and have worked very hard to provide a seamless and user friendly experience. Here is what one of our customers had to say about our Outlook Solution:
It’s nice to have security when sending and receiving e-mails with confidential information, but using the “Send Certified” and “Receive Certified” buttons makes it as easy as using Outlook itself.
Ashton State Bank