Users can easily access these files from their computers or mobile devices and share them with others. Unlike other cloud services such as Box, Dropbox and OneDrive, PreVeil uses end-to-end encryption which ensures that only intended recipients can access their files. No one else. Drive is integrated with Mac Finder, Windows Explorer, and the PreVeil app for mobile devices.
It adds an encrypted mailbox to Outlook, Gmail, and Apple Mail with your existing email address. Unlike your regular email, PreVeil messages are protected from phishing, spoofing, password, server, and admin attacks.
PreVeil enables organizations to easily and securely store and share Controlled Unclassified Information for CMMC compliance. It is easy to deploy and is a fraction of the cost of alternatives like GCC High.
PreVeil is an end-to-end encrypted cloud email and file sharing service that can be used to easily store and share sensitive data subject to ITAR regulations.
PreVeil is a simple and inexpensive supply chain tool for organizations that require the highest levels of security and compliance when collaborating with their suppliers.
Higher education conducting vital research for national security needs the flexibility to collaborate while remaining secure and compliant with CMMC and ITAR. PreVeil’s platform provides them with unrivalled security and compliance.
When under attack, companies must assume their existing systems are compromised. PreVeil enables the incident response team to easily and securely communicate out-of-band from their desktop and mobile devices
The security architecture of email and file sharing systems is fundamentally flawed. Despite the industry’s best efforts, these systems remain vulnerable to phishing, spoofing and password attacks and are routinely compromised by attacks on administrators and servers.
PreVeil addresses these vulnerabilities using end-to-end encryption, which means that the information is only ever encrypted and decrypted on a user’s device – never on the server. Data cannot be accessed via stolen passwords nor by using a compromised administrator’s credentials. An organization can further limit the flow of data to their trusted partners and suppliers.