We all at some level have sensitive information, such as Social Security numbers, login credentials, or bank account numbers, who need to encrypt their email. Hackers who gain unauthorized access to an email account can access attachments, content, and even hijack your entire email account. Email is a vulnerable medium, particularly when emails are sent over unsecured, or public, Wi-Fi networks. Even emails sent within a secure company network can be intercepted by other users, including your login credentials. Encryption renders the content of your emails unreadable as they travel from origin to destination, so even if someone intercepts your messages, they can’t interpret the content.Encrypting the connection prevents unauthorized users on the network from intercepting and capturing your login credentials and any email messages you send or receive as they leave your email provider’s server and travel from server to server around the Internet.