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XFA Mail: Maximum Security E-mail Protection
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XFA Mail: Maximum Security E-mail Protection
Contact Us for Effective Security Solutions
XFA Mail: Maximum Security E-mail Protection
Contact Us for Effective Security Solutions

XFA Mail: Send E-mails with Maximum Encryption Protection

Five Ways XFA Mail Addresses Cybersecurity Gaps

  1. Easy-to-use, downloadable plugin for email clients       
  2. End-to-end, post-quantum email encryption
  3. Biometric authentication prevents unauthorized access  
  4. Protects data while in transit and at rest
  5. Weightless email encryption adds virtually no overhead

XFA Mail and your Business?

  • Simple to install plug-in for Outlook, with Google and other mail services coming soon
  • Leverages XOTIC® Cryptosystem encryption + Secure Key Infrastructure (SKI)
  • Ensures the confidentiality, authenticity and integrity of all emails while eliminating the threat of Phishing & Spoofing
  • Incorporates facial recognition authentication for ease of use and to eliminate the threat of shoulder-surfing

What is XFA Mail?

XFA Mail is a weightless security email plug-in that offers the strongest available encryption technology which protects any form of email communication or attachment from being viewed by unauthorized parties.

  • Simple to install email “plug-in”
  • Compatible with Outlook, Gmail, Hotmail, and others
  • Eliminates “Phishing” attacks
  • Encrypted emails are weightless (no encryption overhead)
  • Recall or expire emails
  • Leverages XOTIC® Cryptosystem encryption

 

 

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