Email Address Manager
Unique, Secure Email Addresses. Like A Password Managers Unique & Secure Passwords
New & Necessary Structure For Email
In traditional email, the senders have the power. In Enveloperty’s architecture, the users definitively have the power. Using a unique and powerful architecture to only receive only the email you explicitly want.
90%+ of digital attacks start with attacking email. Whether that is trying to scam credentials, or implant malware. Enveloperty’s architecture presents a unique challenege for hackers that catches what filters don’t
Login credentials are usually email address and password. Password managers are outstanding for keeping passwords unique and secure. Now Enveloperty keeps your email address unique and secure. Securing the other half of your login credentials
Your information will be breached at some point. It is just the reality of the modern age. Enveloperty allows you to identify where your data was stolen from. From there you can determine if it was a infosec incident, or if they just up and sold your information
Enveloperty graduated from the 2018 & 2019 Y Combinator Startup School sessions
Enveloperty is part of the 2018 DigitalOcean Hatch program
Enveloperty is part of the 2018 SendGrid Accelerate program
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