BooleBox Infuses Email Security With Simplified Encryption
Boole Server provides serious security with full military-grade encryption for email and other data files.Concerned about the NSA, FBI or other entity snooping on your personal or business email? There's now an app that guards against that—and it's free for personal use. Enterprise file sharing and data protection newcomer Boole Server has launched a new service, BooleBox, that provides a new level of end-to-end encryption and security control of a company's email and other data. Boole Server's on-premises-only data server provides serious security: full military-grade encryption to secure data beyond perimeter and device-centric controls and to keep it from falling into unauthorized hands. This type of security is not currently available on such widely used services as DropBox, Google Drive and Box. BooleBox, based on Boole Server, features an email client with encryption so that users can send and receive messages securely. A user simply types in the recipient's address, and BooleBox ensures that the email is kept safe from outsiders.
Files are automatically encrypted on the local disk as they are moved or copied into the BooleBox folder. Messages are received as a hyperlink, which recipients must click through to read, Boole executive consultant Laura Yecies told eWEEK.