Encrypted Email

PreVeil is an encrypted email service that augments your existing email. It adds an encrypted mailbox to applications like Outlook or Gmail without changing your existing email address. You send and receive encrypted email just like regular email. However, these messages are protected against phishing, spoofing and password attacks. They are also protected from attacks on servers and IT administrators

Encrypted File Sharing

PreVeil Drive lets users encrypt and store their files in the cloud. They can easily access these files from their computers or mobile devices and share them with others. End-to-end encryption ensures that only owners and recipients of files can see them. No one else. Drive is integrated with Mac Finder, Windows Explorer, and the PreVeil app for mobile devices.
PreVeil's end-to-end encryption platform prevents any third party - even PreVeil - from seeing your emails or files.

PreVeil Security

The security architecture of existing email and file sharing systems is fundamentally flawed. Despite the industry’s best efforts, these systems remain vulnerable to phishing, spoofing and password attacks, and they are routinely compromised by attacks on administrators and servers.

PreVeil was architected from the ground up to address cybersecurity’s most fundamental challenge: securing information without relying on measures to keep hackers out.

It uses end-to-end encryption to ensure that information is encrypted and decrypted only on users’ devices and never on the server. Even when an attacker compromises the server, they get only gibberish. There are no passwords to steal. And exploiting an administrator won’t compromise the organization’s data.
SOC 2 accreditation

Purpose built for the Enterprise

PreVeil provides the enterprise with a full suite of administrative features as well as a console to enable IT admins to easily provision and deprovision users. Admins can download logs and enable Approval Group-based e-Discovery. Additionally, PreVeil is fully compliant with the SOC-2, FIPS and HIPAA standards required by industry.