We are pleased to announce the release of MDaemon Email Server version 22, with new email security features as well as usability improvements for administrators and end-users. Here’s a quick run-down of what’s new. A more in-depth overview can be found in the MDaemon release notes.
Jean Patrice Delia was an engineer at GE when he decided to steal company data and use trade secrets, pricing information, marketing data, and other documents and funnel them to his business partner to compete against GE. After an FBI investigation, Delia was arrested and sentenced to two years in prison and ordered to pay $1.4 million in restitution. His business partner, Miguel Sernas, spent nearly a year in jail and was also ordered to pay $1.4 million.
Did you know MDaemon Webmail has a new look? In MDaemon 21.5, we introduced the new Pro theme for MDaemon Webmail, with a sleek, modernized look and new features to make it easier to manage your email.
The pandemic has ushered in a paradigm shift in how businesses communicate with their customers. As organizations in healthcare, finance, and other highly regulated industries rely more heavily on email communication, their employees continue to send sensitive data such as medical and financial information through email. This makes email privacy more important than ever, and there are several ways to implement it, but with varying levels of complexity.
SecurityGateway version 8.5.1 is available NOW! As always, current license holders are eligible for a free upgrade. View all the new features and upgrades here.
Online scams are nothing new -- but as email has evolved and improved, so have scammers and the messages they send. Nefarious emails, attachments and links now appear sophisticated and look legitimate, sometimes tricking even the most meticulous user.
G2 just released their Winter 2022 badges, and SecurityGateway™ for Email Servers continues to rank at the top of the Secure Email Gateway Software category.
G2 just released their Winter 2022 badges, and MDaemon Email Server continues to rank at the top of the Email Software category and a top alternative to Microsoft Exchange.
Data leaks can occur in many ways, but the most common cause is insider threats from within the business. With the pandemic changing the way we do business, data leaks are on the rise. Recent reports indicate that businesses using Office 365 have seen a 67% increase in data leaks since March 2020. Data Leak Prevention (or Data Loss Prevention or DLP) is the practice of detecting and preventing the transmission of sensitive data outside of your network, and is a standard feature in SecurityGateway for Email Servers. Watch this video to learn more.
If you're a key decision maker in healthcare, government, finance, or any other highly regulated industry, how trusting are you of your employees to protect your company's most valuable asset - its data? Now that businesses have had over a year to adjust to remote work, they've had to put more trust in employees when it comes to the handling of personally identifiable information (PII) of their customers. This has led to a number of data breaches, HIPAA & GDPR violations, and many other incidents.
These key figures were reported earlier last year, and certainly by now these statistics have increased.
- Around 25% of email data breaches were caused by employees inappropriately sharing data
- Over 85% of employees are sending more emails as they continue to work from home
- About two-thirds of IT leaders have reported data leaks via email since the transition to remote work as a result of the pandemic
Data leaks can occur in many ways. The most common causes of data leaks are insider threats from within the business, hackers who have obtained access to compromised accounts, and users who fell victim to successful phishing and social engineering attacks.