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After its successful premiere in 2018, secIT by Heise has established as an important security event in northern Germany. During qualitative conversations in Experts Talks and lectures by IT experts, visitors were able to get an overview of the current topics in the cyber security industry.
As an expert for email security in the cloud, Hornetsecurity again attended the world’s leading conference and exhibition for information security “RSA” in San Francisco this year. We share our impressions and report about the topics of this year’s event – and are delighted for receiving a very special award.
In her article “AI – the same procedures as last century?” our Head of Product Management Dr. Yvonne Bernard takes a look behind the current hype about artificial intelligence. Now we want to learn more about the implementation of artificial intelligence in an entrepreneurial context.
The long-awaited Reverse Engineering Tool of the US Secret Service (NSA) was presented at the RSA Conference on March 5th. Our Head of Product Management Dr. Yvonne Bernard was live at the event and describes her impressions of the “Open Source Software”.
The Southeast Asian partner InternetNow! of Hornetsecurity celebrated its 20th anniversary on 23 January. Hornetsecuritys Head of Customer Success was part of this special event.
Even with sufficient technical security measures, there is always a vulnerability in the company that can be exploited by hackers: The human.
Malware is an essential tool for cybercriminals. This is now significantly reflected by the rapidly increasing distribution rates.
Cybercrime is increasingly becoming an issue for business and society – but what do we really have to expect in the future?
Hornetsecurity has successfully completed the acquisition of Spanish market leader Spamina. The cloud security specialist is now the leading German email cloud security provider in Europe.
The topic of blockchain has been in the headlines lately. But what exactly is a blockchain and what technology is behind it?
On its way to become Europe's largest cloud security provider: German cloud security expert Hornetsecurity announces the acquisition of Spanish email security company Spamina. The market leader in the German-speaking area is thus significantly expanding its market...
Phishing is ubiquitous in our email inboxes – but how does phishing work, where does the name come from, and how can I protect myself?
+++ UPDATE 05.12.2018: The Hornetsecurity Security Lab is currently observing an immense increase in the number of dangerous emails, which come with the malicious malware "Emotet". Also the BSI informs about the growing threat, by the current Phishing and Spam...
Hanover (04.12.18) – As the leading Swiss provider of ICT services, Swisscom is one of the driving forces behind the digitalisation of the Swiss economy. From the first quarter of 2019, the company will be relying on Premium Cloud Security Services from Hornetsecurity for its Security Service Provider business.
Emails are still regarded as the most frequently used medium for the transmission of electronic messages. They are inexpensive, unrestricted in distribution and offer the possibility to send and receive texts and file attachments in real time. But it is precisely these characteristics that make email communication so vulnerable.
When the question is brought up as to what the term "malware" is all about, most people do not understand what the term is about. Often words like "virus" or "Trojan" are used. This is not necessarily wrong, but also not actually right. After all, the topic is much...
Hanover (13.11.2018) – The IT sector is one of the strongest growing and fastest expanding industries in Germany. The steps in the development of digital technologies are getting increasingly larger and in order to survive in this tough competition, specialized companies have to meet high demands, such as innovative ideas, strong know-how and special solution-oriented skills.
What do the Olympic Winter Games, the Information Network Berlin-Bonn and large companies as well as SMBs have in common? They were and still are targets of highly evolved cyber-attacks that are aiming to spy on and sabotage internal processes and to steal and copy...