Comprehensive Data Security Solutions

16.03.2015 | Blog

Spam, hacking, viruses and other malicious activity all make it difficult for businesses to operate efficiently and profitably. Time that employees have to spend deleting spam and recovering from viruses could be spent on fostering organizational excellence. Some companies choose to install a variety of spam blockers and desktop programs for dealing with unwanted content. […]

Security becomes daily routine – gpg4o 3.4 with new features for commercial and private e-mail encryption

Dreieich, 13 January 2015 – Just in time for the start of the year, the latest version 3.4 of the email encryption add-in gpg4o has been released. Inspired by customer feedback and corporate needs, the update above all brings new features for administrators to improve and further simplify integration into the corporate environment. In addition, […]

gpg4o 3.4 Released

Distributed since Dec. 19 2014 – gpg4o 3.4 is available now. As usual we did a lot of development below the surface. Security and useability are the key issues. gpg4o 3.4 delivers even more security Our longtime customers know: Quality and Security are capitalized at Giegerich & Partner. Therefore we reviewed the complete sources to […]

gpg4o 3.4 Beta 1 available

It has been a long and intense development work with lots of quality assurance. Yet here we go: gpg4o 3.4 Beta 1 is available. We emphasized on better integration of gpg4o in enterprise environments, optimized user experience again to make email encryption even easier to use. In addition, compatibility to other OpenPGP based implementations has […]

How to protect your Emails and Internet Browsing from government surveillance

With the rampant Internet eavesdropping happening from many sources including government agencies (e.g. NSA) and criminals, it should be the top priority of a company to safeguard its email communication. Any potential leaks into company’s confidential data can have a detrimental effect on the company, which could potentially shut down its operations. PGP to the […]