We are in the financial industry, plagued by many obscure and mundane regulatory compliance restrictions. In order for us to send electronic documents out IronPort, the firm that handles our compliance states that the end user must consent to receiving this first, only electronically. A phone call is not enough.
So they want it so that our IronPort sends them an I Consent or a I do not Consent radio/button/link/ etc.. in an e-mail. If an only if they "Consent", that they be taken to a page to log in and decrypt that e-mail. For compliance purposes, we need to keep a record of those who consent to viewing disclosures and other documents electronically.
I was thinking of changing the wording on the initial e-mail "You have recieved a secure e-mail" to add the regulatory required language that states, by downloading and reviewing this message, you automatically concent to ..." , etc.. Then using read reciepts we would be able to see if they opened the message, they obviously agree.
Sounds good to me, but our compliance firm wants to see if we can do it the other way first. Can IronPort send a radio button or an I agree / I disagree button?