The security of your faxes is important to us at FAXAGE. To this end, we offer a number of mechanisms to ensure that your faxes are secure when being transmitted from you to FAXAGE or vice-versa. If you are in need of a more in-depth security evaluation, please Contact FAXAGE Internet Fax for a copy of our System Security Statement.
Website faxing - is protected by industry-standard SSL
API faxing - is protected by industry-standard SSL
Email fax receiving - can be secured in one of four ways:
1) There is a 'secure email' option that can be enabled by you. This option sends a link to download your fax via SSL rather than the fax itself.
2) Our email servers are TLS (encrypted email) enabled and will utilize TLS when sending you email if your email server is configured to support TLS connections.
3) You may upload your PGP key into the FAXAGE system. We will then PGP encrypt all faxes we send to you in your email.
4) We support setting a per-user password in the FAXAGE system, which will password protect all emailed fax PDF's.
Email fax sending - can be secured in one of two ways:
1) Our TLS support allows your email server to encrypt outbound faxes being sent to us via email.
2) You may utilize our public PGP key, which is available from public key servers under firstname.lastname@example.org and is also available for download from within the FAXAGE website after logging in. You can then encrypt your attachments when sending faxes with your email.
For both inbound and outbound email faxing, it is your responsibility to ensure that your email server is appropriately configured to support TLS if server to server transport security is desired. Otherwise, PGP support is also available to encrypt the attachments.
1) Download our Secure Internet Faxing Data Sheet and review our security measures against your requirements
2) If the data sheet does not contain sufficient information for your review, Contact FAXAGE Internet Fax and ask for a copy of our System Security Statement
3) Evaluate our security against your controls needs
4) For HIPAA compliance, you may need a business associate agreement (BAA) in place with us. If this is the case, please email us to request a copy of our standard BAA at email@example.com. We will work with you on putting the necessary agreement in place. Also, please see our HIPAA Compliant Fax Solutions page for more details.