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Voltage by OpenText


What is Voltage by OpenText?

Micro Focus Voltage SecureMail (formerly HP SecureMail) is an email encryption platform based on technology acquired with Voltage Security (February 2015) by HPE and then acquired by Micro Focus in 2017.

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What is Voltage by OpenText?

Micro Focus Voltage SecureMail (formerly HP SecureMail) is an email encryption platform based on technology acquired with Voltage Security (February 2015) by HPE and then acquired by Micro Focus in 2017.

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November 06, 2021

Data Security at its best

Score 9 out of 10
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With the advent of POPIA Compliance requirements within South Africa, this tool, Voltage SecureData was able to assist in encryption capabilities, beyond this, it allowed a certain level of access of data not to be passed onto the wrong or user that might not be to "see" customer/user data. Due to the power of FPE (Format Preserving Encryption) it allowed encryption to not be bloated and could be run as a batch job runs. The capability extends across mainframe systems, which technically allows downstream applications to almost consume encrypted data for "free" This has allowed many departments to carry out housekeeping functions on their data, almost to upgrade their data hygiene. With many companies opting to have workloads moved into the cloud, this tool has allowed encrypted data to travel into the cloud and there is also a gateway functionality where it sits at the edge to search for certain keys words with would be encrypted on leaving the on-prem environment. This further allowed archived data to be moved onto slowed storage whilst once again in the event of a data breach, the data almost looks real due to the power of FPE. It is with this functionality that is really powerful.
  • Encryption
  • Format Preserving Encryption
  • Scalable
  • Simple licensing models
  • data discovery
  • managing data flows
A compliance tool - if you are aiming for your organization to become PCI compliant or even POPIA/GDPR compliance this will aid you in your journey. Protection of data within your organization in the event of a data breach. Test Data Management, in the use case of your Developers having too much production data to test with, we can encrypt the data and then move to the necessary areas showing almost real life data sets to be used.
  • Zero Trust Model
  • FPE
  • Scalable across enterprise functionality
  • Mainframe capability
  • Reducing storage costs
  • Voltage is a framework to manage your customer data
  • you have the ability to almost make your encrypted data output that you would want
FPE, which was one of the reasons for the technology and capability across large organisations made it a very easy decision. Reference customers throughout the world across FinTec's. The new cloud service models are really interesting. the amount of value in their R & D teams.
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I used it across the entire org to try to address the issue of encrypting my email traffic to and from my domain, and to prevent my email from failing into the wrong hands or being examined as it transits across the Internet.
  • Cloud-based portal making it easier to implement for smaller businesses
  • Plug ins for Outlook and Office 365 email apps to make one-button encryption easier for users to activate. For Office apps like Word et al you have a special menu that you can add users to your senders and specify access rights to encrypt your messages from within these apps.
  • An add-on utility to encrypt any sized files is part of the package. Many of its competitors have limits on email attachment size, this is a way around these limits.
  • The product does support integration with a third-party tool from Digital Guardian ( for DLP features.
  • Its web-portal is pretty bare bones, unlike some competitors that are more feature-rich
  • Its documentation is also voluminous, making it hard to find something since it is spread across multiple manuals for particular features.
  • It doesn't support IMAP connections, unlike some of its competitors.
Larger corporations that require identity-based encryption would benefit from the product.
Smaller corporations that want a more feature-rich product with a better user experience would not benefit as much.
  • Decided not to use the product after looking at competitors.
I think SecureMail is showing its age -- it is based on the Voltage product that HPE purchased a few years ago and hasn't really been updated since then substantially. Its documentation and web portal aren't as useful as some of the other products, and Zix has better DLP integration that is part of the base product, rather than an add-on.
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