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Top 5 Best Secure Email Providers Of 2022

In this article, we'll talk about the best secure Email providers of 2022

The best secure email providers make it simple and easy to protect your privacy and improve the security of your emails. When it comes to popularity and ease of use, Google and Microsoft are the best.

According to the Breach Level Index, over 13 million records have been spread or lost in cybersecurity breaches since 2013. Of those 13 million records, a terrifying 96 percent weren’t encrypted.

Email is ancient technology compared to modern team communication tools, and it has technical limitations that make its epoch a security barrier. Note factors like data center location, end-to-end encryption, and zero-access guarantee when considering a secure email provider. 

That is why we will be reviewing some of the most secure email providers currently in the market. Perfect for conducting internal business communications and receiving sensitive information from other users. 

It is a secure email provider featuring end-to-end encryption and a zero-access guarantee. ProtonMail service was established in response to leaks from Edward Snowden and had its data centers based in Switzerland in an underground bunker strong enough to overcome a nuclear attack. It is “self-destructing,” meaning it removes itself from the recipient’s inbox after a set time period. Moreover, no sensitive information is needed when signing up for a new account. The free plan comes with limited storage and messages, and users looking for more may opt for any of its tiered premium plans.

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2. Mailbox.org

Mailbox.org is a secure email provider based in Germany. It has a user-friendly interface and is compatible with mobile devices and third-party clients. Mailbox.org also has encrypted cloud storage, video conferencing features, a functional address book, a calendar, and a task planner. It is perfect for businesses looking for an encrypted workflow alternative to Google or Microsoft. Although there is no free plan available, the three premium-category plans are all very affordable. 

3. Zoho Mail

This Mail brand is a secure email hosting solution focusing on data encryption and user-friendliness. Unlike other secure email providers, Zoho Mail tries to achieve a subtle balance between features and privacy to give users a peaceful experience. 

It offers additional features like a calendar, a task manager, and a contact portal. Zoho offers an encrypted environment in which data is safe, whether stationary or on the move. The company can still access the data on its servers and subpoenaed by government agencies with a specific protocol to follow.

Zoho Mail comes with three paid plans: Mail Lite features 5GB of storage space per user. Mail Premium, which offers 50GB of space per user. There is also an additional plan suitable for users who would also like access to the company’s other solutions. Such as the web-based word processing and presentation software.

4. Posteo

Posteo is the email provider of choice for digital crusaders and activists with its data centers in Germany. This email provider does not offer end-to-end encryption since third parties can read in plain text if there is a leak. However, all data on its servers are safe, whether moving or stationary. 

Also, it uses a technology called DNS-based Authentication of Named Entities (DANE). This protects against hackers who want to impersonate the sender or the recipient to access sensitive information. It doesn’t store any identifying data on its users and fights frequent legal battles to ensure the privacy of its users.

5. PrivateMail (Anonymized email providers service) for activists

Located in the United States, PrivateMail is prone to specific legal restrictions and doesn’t offer the same amount of privacy from law enforcement or government agencies as an email provider based in Germany or Switzerland. However, it offers end-to-end encryption and secure cloud storage and boasts some robust security practices.

PrivateMail features a very secure cloud storage service that includes all its plans. The cloud storage feature has options to synchronize files between different devices and with a specific folder on your computer. It comes with 10GB of email and cloud storage, and its Pro offers 20GB of space for email and cloud storage. Business plans are available for enterprise-level users providing 100GB of storage and a custom domain. 

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Diekola Yusuf
Diekola Yusufhttps://www.novabach.com
Founder & CEO of Novabach - Yusuf is a Tech enthusiast. Fascinated by Computers and all sorts of Technology. He writes news, updates, walkthroughs, guides, troubleshooting tips, and how-to tutorials on gadgets and consumer electronics.
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