Holmdel, New Jersey (October 16, 2018) – etherFAX today announced a partnership with Lane Telecommunications, a leading provider of integrated messaging solutions. By integrating Lane’s systems and applications to the etherFAX network in the cloud, healthcare, finance, and enterprise organizations can securely send documents to millions of etherFAX’s connected endpoints with ultra-fast transmission speeds and guaranteed delivery.
The etherFAX Secure Exchange Network (SEN) is the world’s largest fax network, leveraging military-grade encryption and hybrid cloud technology to provide 100 percent secure communications. etherFAX SEN is HIPAA compliant and enables healthcare organizations to securely send and receive sensitive and unstructured data. Supporting every major fax server, application and fax-enabled device, etherFAX has more connected endpoints providing end-to-end encryption than any other service.
“As a hybrid cloud fax solution, etherFAX raises the bar in fax performance, security and scalability,” Quinn Corey, Director of Sales at etherFAX said. “We are proud to grow the etherFAX partner network with Lane and will continue to set new standards for the secure transmission of business-critical documents and data.”
In addition to the Secure Exchange Network, Lane now features new secure communication services built on etherFAX’s end-to-end encryption technology, known as SENx. With etherFAX’s security API, transmitted documents are encrypted using advanced military-grade encryption and validation to assure document integrity.
With SENx, only the two parties communicating are capable of exchanging and deciphering each other’s messages as well as ensuring the integrity of the cryptogram using ECIES. Each SENx transaction begins with the exchange of public keys, allowing shared secrets to be generated to seed the encryption process with unique keying material only known to the endpoints. Information is further protected through signing and authentication mechanisms to assure the validity of the data in transit. etherFAX is currently the only fax service provider to offer ECIES encryption to subscribers through its APIs.
“We are excited to move our messaging solutions to the etherFAX network in the cloud,” Fernando Cuco, Business Development Manager at Lane Telecommunications. “Through our partnership with etherFAX, our customers will experience guaranteed secure document exchange, faster fax transmissions and improved business processes.”