Virtru Pro for Google Apps & Gmail
Getting Started: New Users
First Things First: Watch this demo.In 5-minutes youll see how to install, activate & send secure emails and attachments .
Or, simply follow these quick steps to get started:
1) Download the appropriate Virtru browser extension from the Virtru website. *You must use Google Chrome or
Mozilla Firefox to send w/Virtru from Gmail in your browser.
*Using Outlook with Google Apps? Heres how to install and activate Virtru in Outlook.
2) Click Install Virtru for Free, and follow the message prompt that appears.
3) Open your Gmail account, click Compose, and turn on the Virtru protection bar at the top of the screen:
4) Click the button in the message window to activate Virtru for your email account.
Your New Virtru Features:Easy for the sender: One click to encrypt. Works with your existing Gmail account, devices, and tools.
Easy for the receiver: No software to install, no portals, no new accounts. Watch this demo to see for yourself.
Virtru Data Loss Prevention (DLP) service detects sensitive content and executes rules to keep it safe.
Revoke messages, control forwarding, and set expiration dates after a message has been opened.
Installs in minutes. Works with Chrome, Firefox, Outlook, iOS, and Android.
Comply with HIPAA, FERPA, CJIS and ITAR requirements.
Key Resources for Getting Started:
> Add a personalized introduction to your Virtru-secured emails ensure your recipients know this message is from you.
> Heres an email template you can use to make sure your recipients recognize the Virtru-encrypted emails youll be sending.
> Virtru doesnt just encrypt email messages, it encrypts the files attached to them. Heres how.
> You can download Virtrus free iOS or Android apps for your smartphone as well.
Have other questions? Visit Virtrus FAQ site for helpful support articles or Contact Support.
A Closer Look at Virtru Pro
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