Retarus Transactional Email, our high-performance API for email transmission, now supports the secure transmission of virtually all file types. Secure Document Handling provides added security, when encrypting the transmission doesn’t ensure the required level of protection.
A new ransomware campaign specifically targeting the encryption of enterprise servers has been discovered by security researchers. The technology employed by the criminals indicates the involvement of notorious cyber gangsters.
Our “Patient Zero Detection”® patented throughout Europe will from now on not only be able to detect malware in emails that have already been delivered, but also to automatically move or delete those messages.
A targeted ransomware attack has succeeded in encrypting the networks of at least two companies in Spain, with the impact extending far wider.
Amounting to its innovative Email Security features, Advanced Threat Protection and Post Delivery Detection, Retarus has been rewarded with a “Trail Blazer” status by one of the leading analyst firms, which reviews emerging communication and collaborating technologies.
At the it-sa 2019 trade show in Nuremberg, we presented our new Email Continuity to a broader public for the first time. With this solution, your company and your employees remain productive even if your own email infrastructure is not available.
Of all the things that are covered in cobwebs this Halloween season, your Fax Server is likely the only one that you do not need to dust off next month. Bury your analog processes, banish your maintenance costs, expel your on-premise hardware, and transform your messaging environment through Retarus and Digitization in the Cloud.
Phishers are known to jump on any running board. Special caution is, therefore, required with mails originating from Thomas Cook in the light of recent events.
Last Saturday saw the introduction of the newly revised EU Payment Services Directive, PSD2. Many consumers still know far too little about the implications of the new regulations or have been made uncertain by the information they have received from banks or other providers of financial services – an opportunity that cyber criminals are surely unlikely to miss out on.
Law enforcement authorities in about a dozen countries this week apprehended more than 280 suspected email scammers as part of a concerted campaign.