Your browser identified itself as a version of IE that was often shipped with default settings that were less than secure. Your internet experience could be made more secure by opening Internet Options in your browser, going to the Advanced tab and looking under the security settings for "Use TLS 1.1" and "Use TLS 1.2". Ensure these are turned on (checked). Doing so will enable your browser to support a higher quality of encryption on this and other websites. You will still be able to browse this site without turning on support for TLS 1.1 and 1.2, but we will have to use a lower level of encryption to accomodate you. See this question on Stack Exchange's Superuser forum from 2011 for more details keeping in mind the comments about TLS 1.2 non-support were made many years ago, and things have changed since then.

If the support for better cryptography has been turned on for your browser, thank you, and you can safely ignore this advisory.

Browser Security Alert

Secure Data Exchange

Share sensitive data securely with partners, vendors, and customers

Every organization needs to share sensitive information with external companies and individuals. As data volumes and data traffic continue to increase, data exchange becomes a greater necessity and a greater risk each year.

Smartcrypt applies persistent encryption that remains with files in transit and at rest, preventing unauthorized access no matter where the files are copied or shared. Smartkeys, PKWARE’s innovative key management technology, can be used to manage access control at the folder or individual file level, even after a file has left the organization.

Protection for every use case

Because Smartcrypt is a data security solution and not a data exchange mechanism itself, it can be used to add encryption to a wide range of existing transfer workflows and processes.

  • Email: Smartcrypt integrates with Microsoft Outlook, allowing organizations to secure sensitive data in message bodies and attachments without disrupting the user experience. Smartcrypt can be configured to scan and protect emails automatically, or to provide a manual workflow for users who need to specify different encryption keys and authorized users for different outgoing messages.

  • Cloud: Many organizations use cloud-based storage services as a mechanism for sharing data. However, once data leaves an organization’s network for the cloud, the organization has limited control over where the data might travel next. Cloud services that provide data protection capabilities typically leave data in the clear while in transit, or leave encryption keys (and ultimately, control over the data) in the hands of the cloud provider.

    With Smartcrypt, files can be encrypted before they are copied or sent to the cloud, and administrators can revoke access to encrypted files at any time, even if the files have been moved elsewhere.

  • FTP: FTP remains one of the most common mechanisms for data exchange between organizations. While secure FTP provides some measure of protection for data in transit and while it resides on the server, the organization that owns the data cannot control what happens once files are downloaded by a partner, vendor, or customer.

    Smartcrypt gives organizations the ability to encrypt files before an FTP upload, ensuring that only authorized users will be able to decrypt and access the data, even in the event that files are moved or shared inappropriately after download.

  • Removable media: Users have many options for encrypting flash drives and other forms of removable media. However, weak passphrases can leave sensitive data vulnerable to attack, while lost or forgotten passphrases can permanently lock an organization out of its own data.

    With Smartcrypt, organizations can take a policy-based approach to encryption, protecting files on removable storage while retaining control over sensitive information throughout the data lifecycle.

The key management challenge, solved

No matter which mechanism an organization uses to exchange encrypted information, one question must always be answered: how will authorized recipients get the decryption keys they need in order to access the data? Common approaches such as sharing passphrases via email, phone, or instant message are insecure and difficult to standardize, while public-key infrastructure has proven too complex for enterprise-scale implementation.

PKWARE’s Smartkey technology takes the difficulty out of key management, allowing organizations to grant and revoke access to encrypted data quickly and easily. Recipients can use the free Smartcrypt Reader to access files that have been encrypted using Smartkeys, even if their own organization does not use Smartcrypt.

Smartcrypt also supports passphrase-based and certificate-based encryption, providing the flexibility large organizations need in order to exchange sensitive information with multiple external organizations.


Smartcrypt Platform

Learn more about PKWARE's smart encryption platform.


Solution Sheet

A summary of PKWARE's solutions for secure data exchange.


Whitepaper

An in-depth look at the ways Smartcrypt can facilitate secure data exchange.

Benefits

PKWARE's Smartcrypt is the most powerful, most flexible enterprise solution for secure data exchange.

Provides strong protection for sensitive data without disruptions to user workflows

Automates the discovery and remediation of unencrypted sensitive data

Applies persistent strong encryption that travels with protected files, even outside the organization

Enables organization-wide control and consistent policy enforcement

Encrypted files are as much as 90 percent smaller than the unencrypted data