The US government’s technology agency has updated its secure email guide for the first time in a decade and put it out for a month of public comment. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) guide [PDF] is 81 pages long and provides a surprisingly useful rundown on what to do to get your email secure. Its top-line point: email can be made sufficiently secure for important and confidential communications, but it will require adding multiple aspects to your networks and ensuring they work together.
Original Source: The Register
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