Sections of the guide
In this guide, we'll see the Seald basics:
- First steps with Seald: how to join a team, install Seald and configure the desktop application
- How to use Seald with files
- How recipients without Seald can open the files I send them
- How to use Seald with emails
What is Seald?
Before getting to the heart of the matter, a few explanations are in order. Seald is a file encryption software that allows you to protect yourself from data leaks and comply with GDPR. Seald will help you to secure and control data in your company, very simply.
Seald innovates and stands out for its ease of use, its user-friendly aspect and its control over data, because encryption must no longer frighten or waste your employees' time.
Seald has various features, here are the main 4:
You can encrypt files simply, for anyone. Once the file is secure, it can be sent safely through the communication channel you want.
And what the recipient also uses Seald, or not! He will be able to open files intended for him without installing anything.
Track your data
You can check by whom, when and where your files were opened. For regulated industries, Seald can generate detailed audit reports, and send events to the BI or SIEM engine.
Control your data
You can revoke or add access to your data at any time, whether your files have been transferred or copied.
You can encrypt emails and attachments directly in the email tool, such as Microsoft Outlook.
In Seald, the roles of a team are administrative (administrator) or non-administrative (user). To learn more about roles, read on for detailed explanations of the permissions associated with each role.
Administrators are the people with the highest level of authorization. There may be several people in this role. They are responsible for user management, controlling team data when necessary and other administrative tasks.
Users are people who join a Seald team. They can use Seald to encrypt and control their communications, in order to collaborate securely with the inside or outside of the company.
The guide you are on is intended for them.