1 Encryption User Guide August, 2013 Adapted from: Cisco Registered Envelope Recipient Guide Cisco Systems, Inc.
2 TABLE of CONTENTS Section 1: Overview of Encryption... 3 Page Section 2: Overview of Registered Envelopes... 4 Why Use Registered Envelopes?... 4 Registered Envelope Notification Message... 4 Components of a Registered Envelope... 5 Section 3: Steps to Opening Your First Registered Envelope... 7 Step One: Save the Encrypted Message File Attachment... 7 Step Two: Open the Attached File in a Web Browser... 7 Step Three: Click the Register Button to Enroll with the Service... 8 Step Four: Activate Your Cisco Registered Envelope Service Account... 9 Step Five: View the Registered Envelope Again and Enter Your Password Section 4: Opening Secure (after you have registered) Section 5: Managing your Account on the CRES Portal Logging On to the CRES Portal Sending a Secure from the CRES Portal Changing your Profile Options Setting a Personal Security Phrase (recommended) Section 6: Opening Secure from a Mobile Device Section 7: Troubleshooting and Support Hastings City Bank Page 2 of 20
3 Section 1: Overview of Encryption Encryption is the process of transforming information to make it unreadable to anyone except authorized individuals possessing special knowledge (such as passwords). Encryption is frequently used to protect sensitive information traveling over networks, including the Internet. Standard Internet-based is not encrypted and may be intercepted by criminals or other unauthorized individuals. As such, any personal, confidential or sensitive information should not be sent via regular (non-encrypted) . In order to address this potential risk, Hastings City Bank has partnered with Cisco Systems, Inc. to provide an encryption capability for securely exchanging confidential with our customers. This service utilizes Cisco s IronPort Encryption platform and Cisco s Internet-based Registered Envelope Service. To use this service, you will need to go through a quick one-time enrollment process. Once enrolled, you will be able to securely open and reply to encrypted sent to you from Hastings City Bank staff. You will also be able to initiate secure to the Bank, or to anyone else. This encryption capability is available for you to use at any time, for free! Here is an overview of the general process for sending and responding to encrypted 1) A Hastings City Bank Staff member initiates an encrypted to you (the recipient). 2) Cisco IronPort notifies you via that you have received a secure message from Hastings City Bank. 3) You open the secure message on your computer or mobile device: a) If this is the first time that you have received a secure message, you will be directed to enroll at Cisco s Registered Envelope Service (CRES) portal (with a user name and password). You can then open the securely. This is a multi-step process, but it only needs to occur once. b) If you have already enrolled at Cisco s portal, then you can click a link in the notification to logon to the CRES portal with your CRES user name and password. You can then open the securely. 4) If desired, you can also send a secure, encrypted reply to the Hastings City Bank sender. Once you have enrolled at the CRES portal, you can initiate your own encrypted to anyone at the Bank (or to anyone else for that matter). See Section 5. Managing your Account on the CRES Portal. Cisco provides free telephone support for this product, at (Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM, EST). See Section 7: Troubleshooting and Support for other support options. Hastings City Bank Page 3 of 20
4 Section 2: Overview of Registered Envelopes A Registered Envelope is a type of encrypted message. All Registered Envelopes are password-protected, and require a password to open. If you receive a password-protected Registered Envelope, you need to set up a free user account with Cisco Registered Envelope Service (CRES) to open your encrypted message. After you enroll with the service, you can use your CRES account password to open all Registered Envelopes that you receive from any sender. You can also use the service to send your own Registered Envelopes, and you can manage the Registered Envelopes that you send. Why Use Registered Envelopes? Registered Envelopes enable you to easily send and receive encrypted . Typically, senders encrypt messages to prevent important or confidential information from getting into the wrong hands. Encryption protects against accidental breaches of security, as well as intentional illegal and malicious security breaches. Often, when individuals or organizations send Registered Envelopes, they want to protect confidential information for the benefit of the recipient. In some cases, senders are required to maintain confidentiality because of government regulations or statutes. For example, a health care provider might use a Registered Envelope to convey confidential information about a patient s medical history, and a financial institution might send protected information about a personal bank account. Registered Envelope Notification Message When someone sends you a Registered Envelope (an encrypted message created by the IronPort), you receive the following files: Notification message. The notification message indicates that someone has sent you a secure, encrypted message in the form of a Registered Envelope. The notification also includes links to information about Registered Envelopes and Cisco Registered Envelope Service. Note that the Subject Line is prefaced by zsecure. Encrypted message file attachment. The notification message includes an encrypted message file attachment, called securedoc.html. This file contains both the Registered Envelope and the encrypted content. To view the Registered Envelope, save the file attachment to your hard drive. Then, double-click the file to display the Registered Envelope in a web browser. Typically, a computer must have an Internet connection to properly display the Registered Envelope and decrypt the message. Figure 1-1 shows a typical notification message: Hastings City Bank Page 4 of 20
5 Figure 1-1 Notification Message with Encrypted Message File Attachment The notification message includes the file attachment, which contains both the Registered Envelope and the encrypted content. Components of a Registered Envelope When you display a Registered Envelope in a web browser, it looks similar to the envelope shown in Figure 1-2. This Figure highlights important features of a Registered Envelope. The following table describes these features. Figure 1-2 Example of a Registered Envelope Hastings City Bank Page 5 of 20
6 Item Feature Description A Address fields and subject The address fields identify the sender in the From: field and intended line recipient in the To: field. If there are multiple recipients, the To: field displays a drop-down list with the recipients addresses. B Password field If the message is password-protected, enter your user account password here to open the envelope. If you have not enrolled with the service, you will be directed to enroll before you can enter your password. C Open button If you receive a password-protected message and you have already enrolled with the service, the Open button appears. Click the Open button to decrypt the content and view your message. The Open button appears only after you enroll with the service and create a user account. If your address is not associated with a user account, the envelope may display a Register button in place of the Open button. In that case, click the Register button to enroll with the service. D Help link Click the Help link to access the online help for Registered Envelopes. The online help describes the standard and alternative methods for opening Registered Envelopes. It also provides a link to frequently asked questions (FAQs). E Date-time stamp and The date-time stamp shows when the message was sent. The time appears message security level in Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). The message security level can be low, medium, or high. The default is medium. When a message is sent with low security, you do not need to enter a password to open it. Medium security enables standard password features. When a message is sent with high security, you must always enter a password to open it, even if you previously selected the Remember me on this computer option. F Remember Me and Mark the Remember me on this computer checkbox to have your settings Personal Security Phrase remembered on your computer. These settings vary depending on the Checkboxes encryption profile. For example, when receiving a medium security message you may not have to enter a password to open it, but when receiving a high security message you will always have to enter your password. Mark the Enable my Personal Security Phrase to have your phrase displayed. A Personal Security Phrase is a short phrase that is meaningful to you. When you register with an organization's secure system, you create a Personal Security Phrase that will be known only to you and to the organization. The Personal Security Phrase helps you to ensure that the Registered Envelope is from the organization, and not a fraudulent password phishing attempt. Hastings City Bank Page 6 of 20
7 Section 3: Steps to Open Your First Registered Envelope This section of the Guide provides step-by-step instructions for opening a password-protected Registered Envelope for the first time. The steps demonstrate a typical scenario for a first-time recipient. Some of the steps may vary, depending on the particular circumstances. Note: These steps apply to first-time recipients only. After you enroll with Cisco Registered Envelope Service, you can use your password to easily open envelopes from any sender; see Section 4: Opening Secure (after you have registered). Step One: Save the Encrypted Message File Attachment to Your Hard Drive When you receive a Registered Envelope notification message, you need to open the file attachment to view the Registered Envelope. For best results, double-click the file attachment (securedoc.html) and save it to your hard drive before opening it, as shown here. Note: The dialog box for saving an attachment may look different, depending on your program, or if you use a web mail site, such as Yahoo! Mail, Gmail, or Hotmail. Step Two: Open the Attached File in a Web Browser Open the attached file (securedoc.html) file in a web browser, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox. The Registered Envelope is displayed: Hastings City Bank Page 7 of 20
8 Step Three: Click the Register Button to Enroll with the Service Click the Register button on the Registered Envelope to enroll with Cisco Registered Envelope Service. The New User Registration page is displayed: Complete the online registration form and click the Register button at the bottom of the page to create a user account. There is no charge to enroll with and use the service. After you complete the form and click Register, the following confirmation page is displayed: Hastings City Bank Page 8 of 20
9 Note: You may need to set up more than one user account if you receive Registered Envelopes at multiple addresses. You need a separate user account for each address at which you will be receiving . Step Four: Activate Your Cisco Registered Envelope Service Account Check your inbox for an activation message from the service. The following example shows a typical activation message. Hastings City Bank Page 9 of 20
10 In the activation message, click the link to activate your user account. The following confirmation page is displayed: Hastings City Bank Page 10 of 20
11 Step Five: View the Registered Envelope Again and Enter Your Password Return to the Registered Envelope. The Register button is no longer displayed on the envelope. An Open button appears in its place, as shown here. Enter the password for your Cisco Registered Envelope Service user account, and click Open. The decrypted message is displayed in the browser window. After you open a Registered Envelope, you can click Reply to send a Secure Reply message or click Forward to send a Secure Forward message. When you send a Secure Reply or Secure Forward message, the recipient receives a Registered Envelope containing the encrypted message. Hastings City Bank Page 11 of 20
12 Section 4: Opening Secure (after you have registered) This section of the Guide provides instructions for opening a password-protected Registered Envelope after you have registered for the first time. All you need to do is perform the first and last steps from the previous section. Step One: Save the Encrypted Message File Attachment to Your Hard Drive When you receive a Registered Envelope notification message, you need to open the file attachment to view the Registered Envelope. For best results, double-click the file attachment (securedoc.html) and save it to your hard drive before opening it, as shown here. Step Two: Open the Attached File in a Web Browser Open the attached file (securedoc.html) file in a web browser, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox. The Registered Envelope is displayed: Enter the password for your Cisco Registered Envelope Service user account, and click Open. The decrypted message is displayed in the browser window. Hastings City Bank Page 12 of 20
13 After you open a Registered Envelope, you can click Reply to send a Secure Reply message or click Forward to send a Secure Forward message. When you send a Secure Reply or Secure Forward message, the recipient receives a Registered Envelope containing the encrypted message. Hastings City Bank Page 13 of 20
14 Section 5: Managing your Account from the CRES Portal Once you have enrolled in the Cisco Registered Envelope Service (CRES), you can logon to that Web Portal to manage your account. Portal functions include: Composing New Messages. You can use this function to send a new encrypted from the CRES portal to any other recipient. This is particularly useful as it will give you a way to send an encrypted to staff at the Bank, or any other recipients. Managing Messages: You can view information about encrypted messages that have been sent to or from the Portal Address Book: You can maintain a list of frequently used contacts. Edit Profile: you can reset your password, create a Personal Security Phrase, establish challenge questions, etc. This section of the Guide provides introductory instructions for some of the most common CRES Account functions. Logging on to the CRES Portal Once you have enrolled, you can logon to the Cisco Registered Envelope Service Web Portal from any computer with Internet access. Go to the following site: https://res.cisco.com Enter your CRES Account Password. Hastings City Bank Page 14 of 20
15 The CRES Web Portal will be displayed, on the Compose Message page. You can use the left hand Navigation Menu to select the desired function, or use the Help and Log Out functions in the upper right corner. Hastings City Bank Page 15 of 20
16 Sending a Secure from the CRES Portal Logon to: https://res.cisco.com (or click Compose Message on the left hand Navigation Menu). Fill out the appropriate information and click the Send button. Your will be encrypted and sent to the recipient. Changing your Profile Options Click Edit Profile on the left hand Navigation Menu. You can use this area to change your password, establish Security Questions, establish a Personal Security Phrase (see next topic), or set other CRES Preferences. Fill out the appropriate information and click the Save Profile button. Your changes will be applied. Setting a Personal Security Phrase (recommended) Click Edit Profile on the left hand Navigation Menu. A Personal Security Phrase is a short phrase that is meaningful to you. When you register with Hastings City Bank s secure system, you can create a Personal Security Phrase that will be known only to you and to Hastings City Bank s secure system. The Personal Security Phrase helps you to ensure that the Registered Envelope is from Hastings City Bank, and not a fraudulent password phishing attempt. To create a Personal Security Phrase, enter a short phrase that only you will know in the Personal Security Phrase text box. This phrase will appear on message envelopes when you log in. Then check the Enable my Personal Security Phrase check box. Click the Save Profile button. Your changes will be applied. Hastings City Bank Page 16 of 20
17 Section 6: Opening Secure from a Mobile Device If you receive a secure on a mobile device, you will need to perform several additional steps, as indicated on the initial Notification Message : Forward the message from your mobile device to You will receive another message that contains a link to open the message: Click on the link on your mobile device. Your mobile browser will open with a message similar to this: Select the desired address (if you have registered more than one), and then click the Open button. You will then see a message similar to this: Enter your CRES account password, and then click the Open button. The secure will then open in the mobile browser. Hastings City Bank Page 17 of 20
19 was modified during transmission. TIP: If a Register button is displayed on the envelope, click Register and create a new user account for the address where you received the envelope. TIP: If you have already created a user account for the address, enter your password and click the Open Online link to use an alternative method to open the envelope. TIP: If the Open Online method does not work, forward the envelope to The service will send you an message with a temporary link that you can click to securely retrieve the message by using a web browser on your computer or personal digital assistant (PDA). For more information about using the Open Online method and the Open by Forwarding method, see the Registered Envelope online help at the following web page: https://res.cisco.com/websafe/help?topic=regenvelope Issue: Address Does Not Appear in To: Field If the Registered Envelope was sent to multiple recipients, your address might not immediately appear in the To: field. Tip: Click the arrow in the To: field, and select your address in the drop-down menu. Tip: If you received the envelope as a BCC recipient, your address does not appear in the drop-down menu for the To: field. In that case, select the Address not listed option. Then, enter your address and click Submit to include your address in the To: field. Issue: Envelope Is Not Displayed Properly Occasionally, the Registered Envelope may not be displayed properly when you open the attached encrypted file. For example, the file might contain garbage text or HTML markup (such as <!-- or -->). Tip: If you have a problem viewing the Registered Envelope, forward the envelope to Cisco Registered Envelope Service will send you a message with a link that you can click to view the encrypted message. Issue: Envelope Processing Slows Down or Stops When you view or open a Registered Envelope, the envelope processing might be interrupted because of connection problems or other issues. In that case, a message below the envelope might indicate that the envelope tools are loading or that the message decryption in progress. If a message does not open within several minutes, it is possible that the processing has slowed down or stopped, or that the message contains an unusually large attachment. Hastings City Bank Page 19 of 20
20 Tip: If the envelope processing slows down or stops, re-enter your password and click Open again. Tip: If clicking Open again does not work, forward the envelope to Cisco Registered Envelope Service will send you a message with a link that you can click to view the encrypted message. Issue: Password Is Forgotten or Does Not Work If you cannot remember your password, or if your password does not seem to work, you might need to reset your password. Tip: If you forget your password, click the Forgot Password link on a Registered Envelope to reset your password. Cisco Registered Envelope Service will send a New Password message to the address associated with your account. Tip: Cisco Registered Envelope Service passwords are case-sensitive. If your password does not work, verify that you did not accidentally press the Caps Lock key on your keyboard. If the password still does not work, click the Forgot Password link on a Registered Envelope to reset your password. Cisco Registered Envelope Service will send a New Password message to the address associated with your account. Issue: Microsoft OWA 2007 Compatibility Microsoft Patch for OWA 2007 CRES Secure Mail Recipients: CRES Secure Envelope Recipients attempting to open the CRES Secure Envelope through Microsoft OWA 2007 will need to enable the server side administrative option to disable the HTML/XML filter. Though this HTML filter option will be officially released in the yet-to-bereleased Microsoft Exchange 2007 SP1 Rollup 8, Microsoft customers can request an interim patch from Microsoft. How and when to contact Microsoft Customer Service and Support: Hastings City Bank Page 20 of 20
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