opening encrypted email, using shared passphrase capabilities.
- Clients are complaining about multi-step registration processes, requiring the creation of passwords and usernames, just to read secure emails.
- Existing encryption capabilities are making secure communication cumbersome.
To simplify and streamline your encryption user experience, our OneWorld encryption solution features a ‘shared passphrase option.’ With several flexible password options, in addition to OneWorld’s self-service password management capabilities, you can create a frictionless secure message environment by eliminating the registration process.
Here’s how it works: When sending a secure encrypted message, the sender is prompted to enter a shared secret password – this can be a word, name or even series of numbers. To open the encrypted message, the recipient simply enters the shared password set by the sender – allowing a frictionless user experience throughout.
The OneWorld encryption platform’s shared passphrase feature ensures a secure message cannot be read without the correct password information – which may be controlled by the sender. In addition to being more secure, this process helps spur higher levels of trust with your customers – since the shared aspect of message access assures them their most-personal data is literally between you and them.
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HOW IT WORKS
- A secret phrase is shared between the sender and recipient.
- The sender enters the shared secret phrase during email delivery.
- Email is encrypted and sent.
- To open the encrypted email, the recipient enters the shared passphrase
- Registration process is eliminated.