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It may not be a pretty picture, but you’re probably thinking about the big question: What are some other ways people can get their hands on my email?
The short answer is: Lots of places, and there are no safe ways to keep your email secured.
Even your ISP can read and access your email—if it wants to access your data, which it definitely will!
In the following sections, we’ll get down to the nitty-gritty and explain how anyone can hack into your email, including ISPs, other people, bad guys, government, and the companies you do business with on a regular basis.
In addition to that, we’ll show you how to protect your email so that your business, personal, and financial information is protected so that no one can read your email.
The only way to know for sure that your email data is safe is to use strong, encrypted email with a certificate pin. You can find more on doing that in an entirely different chapter — don’t worry, in this one we’ll leave you alone — but for now, be aware of the threats, the ways data can get into and out of your email, and the good ways to keep your business, personal, and financial information safe.
Protecting your data with email
Protecting your business, personal, and financial information is a matter of knowing what you put onto the web, where on the web it goes, and what you allow others to do with that information.
Email itself is a valuable tool for keeping your business, personal, and financial information safe; it serves as a great communications medium because it’s so easy to use—just open an email in your inbox, compose a new message, and you’re off and running. However, just because you’re in the inbox doesn’t mean you’re safe.
A security researcher named Daniel J. Kohler demonstrated years ago that he can