Secure exchange of information via e-mail
Cyber attacks on the systems and data of companies and their clients are on the rise around the globe. Confidential information and data require special protection to prevent access and manipulation by unauthorised persons. Deutsche Bank is therefore encrypting e-mail communications with its clients. Read on to find out what you need to do and how you stand to benefit
Secure e-mail communication using digital certificates and encryption
Digital certificates form the basis of secure e-mail communication. These digital documents identify senders and recipients as the bonafide holders of their e-mail addresses. Certificates are only issued following verification of identity. Both parties communicating must be in possession of such a certificate and the issuing organisations must have confidence in one another. If these criteria are satisfied, an e-mail can be sent in an encrypted form (see diagram). The code required to decrypt an e-mail is available only to the clearly specified recipient.