Our security experts provide you with a forecast of the most important malware trends and attack methods on email communications in 2021. With a special focus on the German-speaking region and its specific circumstances, we regularly evaluate extensive data sources and continuously analyze the current threat situation.
On February 24, 2021, GlobalSign will have to withdraw some intermediary GlobalSign certificates for compliance reasons. This affects, among others, all “PersonalSign certificates” issued before November 12, 2020 and expiring after February 24, 2021. The affected customers have already been informed about this process by GlobalSign via email. NoSpamProxy customers who obtain their S/MIME certificates from a GlobalSign EPKI must exchange the affected certificates by February 17.
In a joint operation, law enforcement agencies from Germany, the Netherlands, Ukraine, Lithuania, France, as well as England, Canada and the United States have smashed the infrastructure of the Emotet malware. Emotet was previously considered the most dangerous malware in the world and in the vast majority of cases was used to extort ransom from victims.
In the last two years, Net at Work GmbH has already been able to support the Westfälisches Kinderdorf with the Wish Tree campaign and fulfil one or two wishes for its residents. This year, NoSpamProxy is also doing something good and supporting the association with a free licence of the comprehensive email security software.
For the fourth time in a row, users are choosing NoSpamProxy from Net at Work as champion in the Professional User Rating for Email-Security Solutions 2021. The solution scores particularly well in the categories of service and support, performance and functionality.
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The trend towards cloud-based IT services is unbroken. But not only that: entire solutions or IT infrastructures are no longerpremises but have migrated to the cloud. The field of email security is also undergoing radical change, with the result that some providers in Email Security sectorhave already announced that they will no longer offer on-premises solutions at all in the foreseeable future and will switch completely to cloud offerings.