Simple & Serious Phishing Solution You Control, Not Controlling You
Enveloperty's thesis is that deceptive email like phishing is a human problem and therefore fundamentally only solvable by humans. Due to complications of human communication like semantics, an organic component will always need to exist, empowered by technology..
Enveloperty is a MSP & MSSP vendor partner, mainly providing for management and executive personnel. Implemented through an email security add-on for Outlook and Gmail. Enveloperty works on a whitelisting principle. Instead of allowing all email in and filtering out the bad stuff, Enveloperty works by not allowing any email except what the user explicitly asks for.
This is accomplished by the user giving out unique & private email addresses to their contacts. Each address is associated with a specific contact. Organization such as folder placement and notifications are handled by the unique address/contact pairing called a persona. Because of the risk factor context and definitive control provided by personas, users deftly deflect spam and counter phishing. Allowing each user to stay focused and reducing security risk and workload.

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