Human Executive Phishing Defense

Safe, Simple & Manageable Email

New & Necessary Structure For Email

In traditional email, the senders had the power. In Enveloperty’s architecture, the users definitively have the power.


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


Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication! The more complicated something is, the more things can go wrong. Enveloperty is designed as a fail safe that can backup riskier filter based solutions.


People of any kind of importance are assaulted by email everyday. Enveloperty authoritatively sorts email into contextual folders. You only ever see the email you want to see, when you want to see it. The rest is waiting in easy to search folders if you should ever need it.

Startup School

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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