Security Firm Provides Secure Email Messaging Service Free to Charities

WordSecure (https://wordsecure.com) was created to address email security issues related to computer hacking, medical fraud, and identity theft. By offering it's services to qualified charities free of charge, WordSecure is giving back to the communities it serves.
  • (1888PressRelease) December 03, 2010 - Boulder, Colorado - With computer hacking, medical fraud, and identity theft at an all-time high, charitable organizations have an even greater responsibility to those they serve to keep their information confidential. Now that essentially every economic group in America has access to and is actively using the internet, non-profit rape crisis centers, homeless shelters, and medical clinics need efficient, modern ways to keep electronic communications safe and provide accountability. One Colorado internet company is providing a simple solution to charities, allowing them to encrypt free of charge their most sensitive emails among volunteers, staff, and the people they serve.

    For everyday written communications, email is the standard way to send messages. When a message contains personal and federally protected information, for instance in discussions of individuals' health care, better security is required. WordSecure (https://wordsecure.com), which has been on the market since 2007, was created to address this issue. By offering it to charities free of charge, WordSecure is giving back to the community.

    "People are becoming dangerously casual with the kinds of personal information they post on the internet," says Jon Lybrook, Chief Developer and CEO of WordSecure, LLC of Boulder, Colorado. "Facebook, unencrypted email, and instant messaging are all fun and convenient ways to keep in touch, but charitable and health organizations dealing with personal or federally protected medical information need to provide their patients and clients with a more responsible approach to handling this sensitive information if they want to avoid liability down the road. Con-men, hackers, and other criminals who work off exploitation and deception only need a little information about you to begin to gain ever-increasing access to all the accounts that possess personal, financial, and medical information about you."

    For more information about WordSecure's charitable program and to see if your organization qualifies for a complimentary secure messaging service, call them at 1-877-878-6798, ext 705.

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    Or https://WORDSECURE.COM
    Email address: press ( @ ) wordsecure dot com
    Phone Number: 877-878-6798 ext 705

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