Cryptzone Endpoint Encryption is a complete desktop solution which features three products in one: Secured eMail (email encryption), Secured eFile (file/folder encryption), Secured eUSB (USB flash drive encryption). They are all tightly integrated with Windows and require very little time to get used to and start working with.
Secured eFile is a file/folder encryption solution designed for ease-of-use, while maintaining the highest possible level of security. Secured eFile is tightly integrated within your current environment, lying merely as a thin layer on top of your existing infrastructure.
Secured eMail is an email encryption solution designed to be easy to use, but at the same time maintain the highest possible level of security. Using AES-256 and System SKG, this has been achieved. Secured eMail is tightly integrated with Microsoft Outlook, offering never seen before ease-of-use.
Secured eUSB is a USB encryption solution designed to be easy to use, but at the same time maintain the highest possible level of security. By using AES-256 bit encryption this has been achieved. Secured eUSB is tightly integrated within your current environment, lying merely as a thin layer on top of your existing infrastructure.
All Cryptzone applications & modules exist both as Desktop/stand-alone as well as tightly integrated Enterprise-ready solutions.
Endpoint Encryption is a free trial software application from the Encryption Tools subcategory, part of the Security & Privacy category.
The app is currently available in English, German, Norwegian, Swedish and it was last updated on 2010-08-20. The program can be installed on Win2000, Win7 x32, WinVista, WinXP.
Endpoint Encryption (version 126.96.36.19919) has a file size of 15.04 MB and is available for download from our website.
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