eCert Partners Protect Customers from Email Fraud
eCert’s partners include America's largest Internet service providers and other major providers of email and email security services. eCert enables partners to protect their email traffic from many types of fraud, creating a safer experience for their customers. eCert enables its partners to protect end-users and provide unique, mission critical value-added security and analytics services to enterprise customers.
For information on becoming an eCert partner, contact: information(at)ecertsystems.com
|ISP Partners eCert is partnered with the largest and fastest growing Internet Service and Email Providers, including Google and Yahoo! to provide email fraud protection to email recipients.
Security Vendors eCert is rapidly expanding its network of security industry partners and resellers to ensure that large-scale, high-quality email senders, receivers and their customers have the best anti-phishing and traffic protection available for email.
eCert is now teamed with Cyveillance, a world leader in cyber intelligence to provide comprehensive, end to end phishing protection. This partnership leverages the joint cyber intelligence and protection solutions offered by the eCert Email Protection Identity Cert™ (EPIC™) and Cyveillance Anti-Phishing™ services to provide comprehensive real-time visibility of email traffic and threats, customized alerts, blocking of domain phishing, attack detection and phishing and malware site takedown. Find out more.
eCert is partnered with technology solutions and service provider Internet Identity (IID) to make eCert’s EPIC™ (Email Protection Identity Cert) Service and IID’s ActiveSecure™ fraud detection and takedown capabilities available as turnkey bundled offerings to financial institutions, major brands, and government agencies. Find out more.
|Email Vendors eCert works closely with leading email vendors to ensure compliance of key clients with best practices for email sender authentication deployment and to provide better insight into critical message fraud data that can help clients stop phishing attacks.|