PRESS RELEASE: Don't Email that Picture File!
Don’t Trust the Internet to Protect Your Travel Memories
Who can forget the episode of NBC’s The Office where clueless leader Michael, sends his racy vacation pictures with a work colleague inadvertently to the entire company? It was cringe-worthy, unprofessional, and hilarious! But this send-key-stupidity isn’t reserved for sitcoms only. Consider as we approach the height of the summer vacation season the volume of digital images are being sent back and forth to friends, family and, unfortunately, the occasional foe – who’s just waiting for a misdirected email containing pictures of us in less-than-dignified-moments.
The two main problems sending pictures via email are size of the picture file and human error. PKWARE, the creator of the .zip file compression standard has a simple and certain way to keep private vacation memories just that – private. It’s the company’s latest release- SecureZIP 12.1. SecureZIP offers big business-class security software that can compress and protect your digital images with both encryption and public key cryptology. That means SecureZIP can make sure that your pictures aren’t viewed by someone you don’t want to share them with. That protection continues even after you save it to the desktop of your computer.
SecureZIP is used by 60 percent of the Fortune 100 and 125 U.S. government agencies. Now consumers can get it free!
How to Secure your Travel Photos:
Just go to www.securezip.com and install the free software to your computer. In seconds you can use SecureZip to securely compress, encrypt, and digitally sign all your pictures or other files.
(First posted on Friday, June 20, 2008 at 20:56 EDT)