Threat actors are continuing their assault on businesses, individuals, and Managed Service Providers (MSPs) this year, and email is still the top vector. As your clients turn to you for secure services, you need to make sure you have the right email security solution in place to protect your customers.
Beating the Odds
In July of 2022, MDaemon Technologies (formerly Alt-N Technologies) celebrated a unique milestone for a software company: 25 years in business.
You are probably familiar with the statistics: the average lifespan of an American company is 11.5 years. For startup companies, less than 10% remain after ten years (Businessdatalist.com). So how does a small software company in Texas defy the odds and compete against some of the largest companies in the email and security industry to build a loyal customer base that spans 140 countries? I know it sounds like a cliché, but listening to customers and providing an affordable, reliable product backed by great customer support have been the ingredients to our success.
As part of a product's natural lifecycle, MDaemon Technologies has ended the development, sales, and support (free or paid) of its RelayFax software effective June 30, 2022.
These days, hackers are gaining access to increasingly sophisticated tools to steal your usernames and passwords, and they know that people continue to use weak passwords for banking, utilities, and much more. In fact, even in 2022, did you know the word “password” is still among the top ten most common passwords?
For hackers, it’s a numbers game. Three billion phishing emails are sent every day, but all they need is for one of them to find a willing victim and do damage to your network.
If you leave email security up to users, you’re in a world of trouble.
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.