4 / 5
1 review

Who Uses This Software?

Leading Financial, Legal and Professional Institutions

Average Ratings

1 Review

  • 4 / 5

  • 4 / 5
    Ease of Use
  • Customer Service

Product Details

  • Starting Price
    Not provided by vendor
  • Free Trial
  • Deployment
    Cloud, SaaS, Web
    Installed - Mac
    Installed - Windows
    Mobile - Android Native
    Mobile - iOS Native
  • Training
    Live Online
    In Person
  • Support
    Business Hours
    24/7 (Live Rep)

Vendor Details

  • CheckRecipient
  • Founded 2013
  • United Kingdom

About CheckRecipient

CheckRecipient is a next-generation email security technology to prevent highly sensitive information being sent to the wrong people. CheckRecipient uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to analyse historical email data and automatically identify anomalies and mistakes on outgoing emails which may result in inadvertent data loss.

CheckRecipient Features

  • Chatbot
  • For eCommerce
  • For Healthcare
  • For Sales
  • Multi-Language
  • Predictive Analytics
  • Process/Workflow Automation
  • Virtual Personal Assistant (VPA)

CheckRecipient Reviews Recently Reviewed!

Good product concept, but potential security holes

Aug 13, 2018

4 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

3 / 5
Value for Money
Likelihood to Recommend: 5.0/10 Not

Pros: Ease to use, does what it says on the box. Provides you with nominal data protection over email (human errr accounting for the majority of such) and compliance with regulations like GDPR.

Cons: Two aspects.

One, all data is stored in the cloud, which means you have to trust that company with all your sensitive information. This is a major risk in some verticals and companies.

Second, the AI approach is beautiful when it works - but disastrous when it doesn't. It's a novel idea to warn users only about exceptions, but the risk on not warning them on real breaches (because the AI missed it) is just too great.

Overall: Innovative company with a good product - that is just a bit too far ahead of it's time, leaving current potentially exposed to data leaks.