We are excited to announce our new Serverless Email Gateway (SEG) for Amazon Web Services. Our SEG lets you leverage your existing email infrastructure or Data Loss Prevention (DLP) platform to automatically protect email messages with SendSafely before being routed to external recipients. Our SEG also works natively with Office365 and G-Suite to provide automatic server-side protection for all outbound emails. Get coverage across every user, every device with no client-side software to install.
SCIM, which stands for System for Cross-domain Identity Management, is an open standard that facilitates automated account creation and de-provisioning in applications that use single sign-on. SendSafely is rolling out SCIM support for enterprise customers using SAML based single sign-on (SSO). Native SCIM integration is now available for Okta customers, with support for additional SSO providers coming soon.
We are thrilled to announce that SendSafely has been been shortlisted as a finalist in the 2019 SC Awards Europe for Best Cloud Computing Security Solution! To see the full list of finalists in each category, go to the official SC Awards website.
SendSafely now has enhanced support for our two-step login feature that allows you to use a mobile authenticator app for generating authentication codes. Until now, the option to protect your account using two step authentication has relied exclusively on SMS. With this latest update, you can now use a variety of authenticator apps to generate authentication codes directly on your mobile device using Google Authenticator, Duo Mobile, Authy or Windows Phone Authenticator.
SendSafely Workspaces is a secure collaboration feature available with the Enterprise version of SendSafely that allows you to create and share file repositories with support for folders and file versioning. Now workspace collaborators have the option to turn on Workspace Notifications to receive email updates on activity occurring within each shared repository.
SendSafely has been nominated for the 2019 CyberSecurity Excellent Awards in the category of Secure File Transfer. The Awards honor individuals, products and companies that demonstrate excellence, innovation and leadership in information security.
You can read our nomination and give us a "Thumbs Up" here.
If you need to collect sensitive data from customers, like social security numbers or credit card information, using a web form can be an attractive option. Using web forms, however, can present a serious exposure to you and your customers if you do not take adequate steps to secure the information from unauthorized access. This blog post will explain how to use the SendSafely Dropzone API to build a web form that uses end-to-end encryption for protecting submitted data.
The SendSafely Dropzone is one of our most popular features - a simple and secure file drop that allows your customers to easily upload sensitive files and confidential documents. Until now, only the SendSafely user who owns the Dropzone was able to manage configuration settings and the list of users who have access to uploaded files.
As our larger customers began to deploy and manage multiple Dropzones within their organization, it became evident that we needed to provide a more streamlined and centralized way to administer Dropzone recipient lists and configurations. With our latest Dropzone API update, SendSafely enterprise administrators can now manage any Dropzone in their SendSafely portal.
We recently released two note-worthy updates to our SendSafely for Zendesk Agent Sidebar app. The app now supports rendering of encrypted messages (text) that is submitted by the user and more granular control of outbound files. Both new features are accessible to all SendSafely enterprise customers and are summarized in this blog post.
Many users have asked for the ability to suppress the package expiration and download notifications that SendSafely emails when items you send are downloaded and/or expire. In order to address this, we recently added the ability for users to opt-out of these notification emails by updating their SendSafely profile.