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Strato Offers Email Security

Strato introduces ServerSide Security, a service to combat spam, phishing, and email viruses

BERLIN -- STRATO, one of Europe's leading web hosters today announces the launch of ServerSide Security, an anti-spam, anti-virus and anti-phishing solution that will form part of all new and existing STRATO web hosting packages at no extra cost to the customer.

After conducting research into their own customer base, STRATO discovered that up to 80% of all emails reaching their users consisted of a combination of spam, phishing emails or email viruses. With the problem so close to home, STRATO understood the need to prioritise email security for all its customers.

Damian Schmidt, CEO of STRATO, said: "Spammers and phishers are constantly attempting to fool email security filter systems with new methods of conning the customer. We make sure we work with the experts to keep one step ahead of them, through the constant updating of our email security offering and by pre-empting future email security attacks. By providing ServerSide Security free as part of our web hosting packages we enable our small to medium customers receive the same level of security protection as that of an enterprise."

Strato

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