People often use email to exchange sensitive information, such as financial data, legal contracts, confidential projects’ information, sales reports and projections, or customer and employee information. As a result, mailboxes can become repositories for large amounts of potentially sensitive information and information leakage can become a serious threat to your organization.
As part of the ongoing effort that UniCredit is doing to secure sensitive data, a new way of sharing strictly confidential information is now active and there’s a new process for external recipient to consume sensitive information.
Once an UniCredit employee sends an email containing strictly confidential information, that email will now be sent encrypted and limitation on the actions that can be taken (i.e. copy mail content, print, etc) could be potentially enforced.
The following guide provides you a simple step by step guidance to access protected content in order to guarantee your ability to work with your UniCredit counterpart and at the same time safeguard the confidentiality of strictly confidential information.
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