This morning I received a phone call again from customer who was in a panic.
He had received a weird mail but still opened the attachment ... Consequence, all his files were held hostage and even his local backup was broken.

Many companies have become victims of Ransomware or, in a lesser case, of Spyware and Adware in recent years.

Most of these things enter the network via e-mail.
A user who is not attentive for a moment, activates the Ransomware with a click.

As a result, all your files are encrypted and entire servers go down!
This will cost you loads of money and days of unemployment.

You can avoid this.
See below how.

Ransomware attack

Securing e-mail



All your e-mail traffic goes through these advanced filters:

  • geographical filtering
  • block certain types of attachments
  • blacklist
  • whitelist
  • real-time analysis of messages
  • professional anti-virus protection

This means that suspicious e-mails do not end up in your mailbox. E-mails that are questionable are put in a Quarantine list.
You can manage it completely yourself.
Continue to process mails, even in case of a failure at Office 365 or your own Exchange server !


E-mail archiving

Do not lose e-mails thanks to a fraud-resistant 50 GB email archive.

  • secure external storage
  • automatic indexing
  • compatible with various e-mail services
  • Office 365 Support
  • unlimited archiving period
  • saved completely encrypted


Also take a moment to think about cloud backup

If you have a colleague who has opened a wrong mail in his oversight, make sure you can fall back on a full backup.

For more information, see our Cloud Backup page.