13 May 2019

Pig Latin, Russian Spies and Email Encryption

With the recent media focus on cybersecurity, whether it is talk of Russian hackers scheming to influence US presidential elections, or the pervasive pressure to comply with GDPR or HIPAA (healthcare privacy regulations) or other consumer data privacy requirements, “encryption” is one of the solutions that is often introduced. When sending email, email encryption can indeed protect your strategic dialog from potential exposure, and its mere use... Read more...

06 May 2019

Vacationing in the Bahamas? Leave Your Laptop at Home

The constitution provide certain privacy rights. Attorneys and their clients generally enjoy extra protections on privacy with “privileged” correspondence. But what happens if the information is inadvertently exposed? There are all sorts of pitfalls that can expose your sensitive information. Here are some shocking ones. File sharing services can cause waiver of attorney-client privilege if files are not send with an encrypted link.... Read more...

29 Apr 2019

Caution. What You Might Find When Posting Your DNA Online

More than one in twenty Americans have voluntarily submitted their genetic code – the map of who they are personally and physically – to an Internet company. Most people were lured by cute TV ads creating curiosity about heritage. Your DNA is a genetic code defining your traits. Without boring you on the biological aspects of this, the DNA submission may unknowingly and irrefutably connect you to relatives (newfound siblings, parents, etc.) that... Read more...

22 Apr 2019

Not All Email Tracking is Created Equal

If you are sending a zillion newsletter or marketing emails, sure, email marketing platforms make it easy to manage your email list; and many do provide some basic tracking information. But how reliable is this information? Should it be relied on important business email or important notifications? No. Why not? First, many of these email marketing platforms base their tracking on whether images in the email where displayed or not. If you are sending... Read more...

18 Sep 2017

State Bar of Montana Approves RMail for Registered Email and Encryption

Los Angeles, California — September 18, 2017   The State Bar of Montana has approved RPost’s RMail® Registered Email™ and email encryption services for its members and has added RMail services as a member benefit. An all-in-one email extension for security, compliance, and productivity, RMail integrates seamlessly with Microsoft Outlook and Gmail, the two main email platforms used by legal professionals.   “It’s a critical tool... Read more...

24 Jul 2012

RPost Granted Fundamental Patents on Email Tracking

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RPost to License Patents on Methods of Tracking Email Delivery or Failure Using Server Logs Los Angeles, CA — July 24th, 2012 – RPost, the inventor of Registered Email® services, today announced that it has been granted two additional patents (US Patent numbers 8,224,913 and 8,209,389) which comprehensively cover systems and methods service providers use to track email delivery or failure using server logs — technology novel in... Read more...