Email and data security provider Mimecast has opened two data centers at Frankfurt am Main, Germany to counter cyber threats in Europe. With this move, Mimecast will be securing their customers’ email by protecting them against ransomware and phishing attacks.
According to Mimecast, businesses in Europe understand the importance of secure data center services that protect their hosting environments. They say that they are aware of phishing, malware, ransomware and other cyber threats that can mar their business.
With the launch of two data centers dedicated to protecting their customers’ hosting environments, Mimecast say that they will be providing advanced security, business continuity and storage services to their clients. They believe that with these data centers aimed to protect the hosting environments, Mimecast will be attracting a lot of businesses from Europe.
Mimecast say that Germany is one of those markets that follows a realistic approach while tackling cyber threats. Explaining this, Peter Bauer, CEO of Mimecast, commented:
Germany’s cautious yet pragmatic approach to cloud is exactly why Mimecast is planning for rapid growth in the region. Concerns remain over where data is stored and what happens when critical services like email fail, creating security risks and disrupting workplace productivity.
Our new German data centers will allow us to help organizations adopt a cyber resilience strategy to secure, preserve and continue the flow of information via email.