In our increasingly digital world, online notarization is becoming more and more common. It offers convenience and efficiency by allowing notarization of documents to occur remotely, without the need for a physical presence. However, with this convenience comes the need for robust security measures, particularly when it comes to emailing sensitive documents. In this blog, we’ll explore the most secure way to email documents for online notarization, ensuring the protection of your confidential information.
Emails are a common way to send documents for online notarization, but they can be vulnerable to interception. To enhance security, use email encryption. There are various encryption tools available, including end-to-end encryption, which ensures that only the intended recipient can access the email’s contents.
Some popular email encryption tools include ProtonMail, Tutanota, and even popular email clients like Microsoft Outlook and Google Gmail have encryption options. Encrypt both the email body and the attachments for an extra layer of protection.
Written by: Matt Rubolino, Manager
Florida Notary Public and Florida Online Notary
Please note that I, as the author of this article, am not a licensed attorney and as such cannot offer legal advice. No content of this article/blog post is intended as, nor should it be construed as legal advice.