Customers gain access to new products and even more extensive service
At the beginning of 2019, the IT security company Spamina was acquired by the German email cloud security provider, Hornetsecurity. Now the integration process is completed – while existing customers can look forward to many advantages – the combined forces are now ready to further expand their European market leadership.
For a year, IT security experts from both companies worked on adapting Spamina’s processes and services to Hornetsecurity’s technical environment with success! From now on, the business will continue under a common branding: Spamina is now called Hornetsecurity.
Numerous advantages for customers
For Spamina’s customers this process does not mean any disadvantages. On the contrary: by moving to the Hornetsecurity platform, they are given completely new opportunities.
Leonardo Rodriguez, Head of Channel Management IBERIA & LATAM at Spamina, is delighted: “Thanks to the migration to the Hornetsecurity environment, we can greatly expand the services we can offer our customers. Together we are now able to offer 24/7 support. We have also gained access to even more extensive technical resources, we now have 9 redundantly secured data centers worldwide. The highest security and data protection standards are thus guaranteed more than ever. One of the biggest benefits we see is that Spamina customers will have access to a wide range of new services, including the 365 Total Protection Suite.”
365 Total Protection Suite now available for Iberian and LATAM markets
More and more companies use Microsoft Office 365 and communicate sensitive information in the Microsoft cloud, leading to massive cyber-attacks on the service. However, the 365 Total Protection Suite offers effective protection, depending on the scope enabled: from Spam and Malware Protection to Advanced Threat Protection, to data encryption with the encryption service and many additional security features.
But that’s not all: Signature and Disclaimer or the SIEM Connector are further examples of the numerous innovations. Hornet.email is also a new version of Parla, the email service with an integrated security system. An overview of the Hornetsecurity Services can be found on the new website: www.hornetsecurity.com/es
There you can also find detailed analyses and reports from the Hornetsecurity Security Lab, which draw attention to the latest developments in IT security.
With expertise and network for further growth
Daniel Blank, Managing Director of Hornetsecurity Iberia and COO of the Hornetsecurity Group, emphasizes: “We are very pleased with the successful migration of Spamina to the Hornetsecurity Group, which could only be achieved in this short time in close cooperation We are now ideally positioned to jointly win new target groups in the Iberian and LATAM markets. In particular, the expertise of our international colleagues will be a great help to us. With our broad product portfolio behind us and our worldwide network of partners and distributors as well as our lucrative partner program, we see great growth potential here.
The merger makes us a powerful unit that provides us with the necessary strength for upcoming challenges. By the way, the acquisition of our British distribution partner, Everycloud, at the beginning of this year already marked the next step in consolidating our European market leadership and systematically bringing our services to other countries.”
About the Hornetsecurity Group
Hornetsecurity is the leading German cloud email security provider in Europe, which protects the IT infrastructure, digital communication and data of companies and organizations of all sizes. The security specialist from Hannover provides its services worldwide via 9 redundant, secured data centers. The product portfolio covers all important areas of email security, including spam and virus filters, legally compliant archiving and encryption, as well as defense against CEO fraud and ransomware. With around 200 employees, Hornetsecurity is represented globally at 11 locations and operates in more than 30 countries through its international distribution network. The premium services are used by approximately 40,000 customers including Swisscom, Telefónica, KONICA MINOLTA, LVM Versicherung, DEKRA and Claas.