Today I want to talk about encryption again. Previously I’ve blogged about the benefits of transport encryption, particularly for protecting emails from man-in-the-middle snooping or mass surveillance, which is s...
I have just returned from the Messaging, Mobile and Malware Anti-Abuse Working Group (M3AAWG) meeting in Philadelphia. Despite the long-winded title, the M3AAWG event is actually short on rhetoric, instead focusi...
Here at Open-Xchange, as you would expect, we take security very seriously. In order to provide safe and reliable software for our customers and their users we believe security vulnerabilities must be handled wit...
As RSA 2016 came to a close in San Francisco last week, I wanted to highlight a few of the key trends that I picked up on at the Expo and during the conference sessions.
By Neil Cook, Chief Security Architect Open-Xchange – Read Part 2 of Neil’s Despatches here
By Neil Cook, Chief Security Architect Open-Xchange – Read Part 1 of Neil’s Despatches here
Why is it that news of sensitive laptops and USB sticks being left on trains makes front page news but when it comes to email security we have come to accept that theft and loss are facts of life? Just because it...
At Open-Xchange we value the privacy and security of our customer’s data, and with the OX Guard product we have been promoting encrypted email for everyone (not just security professionals) for several years. In ...
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