DocumentGuardian® utilizes our secure server to transmit messages and documents while encrypting them. Borrowers and users access an online portal to upload and then send these documents through a link integrated within your signature. Show borrowers that you care about the security of their information.
DocumentGuardian® also scans documents in transit for viruses and other malware. This ensures that documents are always safe to open and download when using this platform, giving your users peace of mind. Keep your data and machines safe, all while maintaining compliance standards.
With DocumentGuardian®, sending encrypted messages from Outlook can also be as easy as one click. Use the secure tool within Outlook to keep passwords and other sensitive information safe. Unsecured emails can be intercepted and if they are not encrypted your data stands no chance against being compromised.
Outlook’s max single file size is 20 MB, and if you’re trying to send a lot of data at once you need some breathing room. With DocumentGuardian®, you can send files up to 100 MB and bypass this limit. You can also use DocumentGuardian® to send large amounts of files at once, simply drag and drop or select from a folder to upload.
Compliance standards dictate that files are not to be directly emailed, and that they must be secured and encrypted. With every email you send, you are reminding borrowers to keep their NPI safe and use DocumentGuardian® to deliver their sensitive documents to you. Auditors will take note this information security notice attached to your signature with every email.
One of the most user-friendly functions of DocumentGuardian® is its ability for borrowers to upload documents without needing to sign up for the service themselves. Once a link to your account is in the signature, they can click the link and immediately start uploading their documents. Then, your users receive a notification email to log into their portal. After logging in, they can review their DocumentGuardian® inbox, and download their pending documents.