Sekur Private Data Ltd. is launching its new service, Sekur Enterprise Solutions, by the end of July 2023, offering protection against Business Email Compromise. The service will allow full user management and offers message and email archiving features as well as an admin dashboard for mass onboarding and employee management. Enterprise will also include an email feature that allows C-level emails to use Sekur's privacy network while the rest of the employees remain on the original email hosting company's platform.

This split-level feature will ensure privacy protection at the highest level while avoiding the costly expense of migrating an entire company's email service. Sekur Enterprise will be available for small- and medium-sized businesses, large enterprises as well as government organizations. Before it started using Sekur products, one of Sekur's client companies got hacked through its email and lost $175,000 to fraud.

This kind of hack is called a business email compromise (BEC), and BECs are on the rise, with almost 20,000 BECs reported to the FBI in 2021. 90% of hacks are through email, according to Ghiai in a recent interview, and cyberattacks are on the rise across the globe. It is estimated that costs associated with cyberattack damage will have risen to $10.5 trillion by 2025, a 300% increase from 2015.

SekurMail's email solution helps address this security threat - along with SekurSend and SekurReply - which protects both senders and receivers even when the receiver isn't a Sekur client. This mail solution encrypts a user's sensitive information and minimizes the potential for email hacking. Sekur is addressing multiple needs in the cybersecurity market with its broad array of security solutions.

It recently released SekurVPN to protect internet privacy from hackers. SekurVPN is the only commercially available virtual private network (VPN) that isn't powered by Big Tech. It appears to have fast become a popular choice among Sekur clients, and around 25% of new customers are buying Sekur VPN as part of a bundle, according to Sekur's CEO Alain Ghiai.

The company already offers SekurMail and SekurMessenger privacy solutions. The announcement of its most recent product, Enterprise, indicates Sekur's dedication to providing a comprehensive suite of products and services at the forefront of privacy technology.