Sent a Sensitive Document to the Wrong Person via Email by Mistake? - Revoke Document Access

February 23, 2024 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

Mis-sent: navigating the quicksands of data leaks and compliance

“A sensitive email sent to a mistyped Gmail address is likely to land in some real person’s inbox. Get an email mis-send kill switch with RPost. Just switch it!”

Protect Your Files From Black-Hat Cybercriminals

February 16, 2024 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

If only you could eavesdrop on the (cybercriminal) eavesdroppers...

Armand here again, RPost’s product evangelist. As I mentioned last week, while ringing in the Chinese and Lunar New Year, the Year of the Dragon, I got wind of the latest cybercriminal heist. 

How Cybercriminals Use Lookalike Domain to Fool Finance Chiefs

February 09, 2024 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

Don’t mis-send $26 million, harness the vibe of this ‘Year of the Dragon’

Armand, here again. As RPost’s product evangelist, I’m thrilled to be here in Hong Kong to kick off the Year of the Dragon in 2024. 
 

How to Reduce Paper Consumption by Half – Save Time & Money

February 02, 2024 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

Why every company on earth hasn’t made the switch to RSign is kind of unbelievable.

Armand the Armadillo, here again, your RPost product evangelist. In case you don’t know me, I joined the RPost team recently (read the full press release here). I’m from West Texas originally although I’m based out of the Costa Rica office (long story).

Prevent Human Error in Business Communications

January 26, 2024 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

Let’s not get too nostalgic for human error just yet, especially when it comes to managing sensitive email and documents.

Armand the Armadillo, here again, your RPost product evangelist. With all this talk of AI creating “perfect” essays, playlists that “perfectly” divine what songs you will want to hear, and genetic tests that can “near perfectly” discern who your ancestors were, it makes me a little nostalgic for good-ole-human imperfection.