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Trustifi Announces Top 5 Tips to Protect Unsuspecting Summer Vacationers From Email Hacking

July 3, 2018

LAS VEGAS, July 03, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Trustifi, a leading developer of secure digital communications, announced today the top 5 tips summer travelers should consider when logging in to check and send emails. Email hacking has exponentially increased over the past 6 months, with numerous cyber attacks aimed at exploiting vulnerabilities in both nonsecure and secure emails. With summer traveling underway for millions of Americans, Trustifi has listed the top 5 tips travelers should be cognizant of, when checking and sending email.

Top 5 Tips:-Double check with a venue’s employee that you have the right name of the public/free Wi-Fi host when checking your email at a vacation/travel destination

-If you want to better safeguard your email while on vacation, just use your wireless provider’s connection

-If using free or public Wi-Fi while traveling this summer, try to avoid sending any confidential/sensitive data that could compromise your identity, safety and pocketbook

-Consider encrypting your emails while vacationing this summer

-Avoid using Internet devices other than your own to login to your email account

About TrustifiTrustifi’s subscription services include secure email that delivers sensitive content detection, military-grade encryption, geo-based location tracking, and scalable e-Signature and regulatory compliance features in a simple to use, all-in-one interface. Its patented, SaaS-based Trustifi Postmarked Email® service is a federally-accepted method of sending legal documents online. Headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada, and funded by venture capital firm Red Hill Ventures, Trustifi’s founders have deep experience in cryptography, non-repudiation, and cybersecurity, and are focused on what they do best: secure communications.

The service is used by enterprises, small businesses, and consumers who send sensitive information and want to ensure confidentiality and security in the delivery of their email and its contents. For more information about the company visit www.trustifi.com or email info@trustificorp.com. Follow the firm via Twitter at @Trustifi.

Trustifi PR contact:David Splivalo703.798.2395 david@freestylepr.com

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