PreVeil Email is an encrypted email service that addresses DoD requirements for security and privacy. It adds an encrypted mailbox to Outlook, Gmail, and Apple Mail without changing your email address. PreVeil Drive lets users encrypt, store and share their files. Users can easily access these files from their computers or mobile devices and share them with others.
Rather than relying on passwords, PreVeil uses cryptographic keys stored on user devices to authenticate users. Privileged activities such as accessing user keys and corporate data requires cryptographic authorization from a pre-determined set of administrators. The Trusted Communities feature allows administrators to restrict communication to white-listed domains and email addresses, ensuring that only members of a trusted community can exchange email and files.
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In addition the Department of Defense is requiring all companies that are part of the Defense Industrial Base — and their suppliers — be compliant with the Cybersecurity Maturity Metric Certification starting 2020. PreVeil’s encrypted Email and Drive support compliance with virtually all of the CMMC mandates related to the communication and storage of CUI.
Furthermore, PreVeil can be used to communicate and store information subject to ITAR rules. Per DoD regulations, data that is encrypted with end-to-end encryption is not considered to be exported when transiting other jurisdictions.
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Supply chain:. Many A&D companies use PreVeil to exchange CUI with their suppliers, customers and partners.
Incident response:. When attack occurs, internal systems are not trustworthy. PreVeil is a secure, out-of-band, reliable, and easy-to-use tool for cyber incident response teams.
Internal teams: Many departments in A&D companies use PreVeil to protect sensitive internal information, such as executive level communications, human resource data, and corporate development and M&A plans.