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  • Compumatica joins the working Visit of King and Queen of the Netherlands to Rhineland-Palatinate and Saarland and participates the trade mission.

    Added: 23-10-2018

    From  October 9 to October 12, Compumatica participated the working visit by His Majesty King Willem-Alexander and Her Majesty Queen Maxima to the German federal states Rhinleland-Palatinate and Saarland and joined the trade mission led by Minister Sigrid Kaag and Minister Hugo de Jonge.

    A select group of Dutch companies were invited to join this official trade mission. Compumatica was one of the selected companies and participated in the Cybersecurity delegation.

    Compumatica even had the opportunity to present its MagiCtwin, an innovative security solution for the Industry 4.0 and Smart Industry, to Minister Kaag, the Chairman of the knowledge institute for Information Security CISPA and a number of delegates from the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The Compumatica solution has been received very well and could be seen as progressive as a Cybersecurity solution in the Smart Industry.

    The main objective of this trade mission was to further strengthen the German-Dutch partnership. By joining forces we are able and can find smart solutions for common technical issues and shared challenges. "Sharing is the new having" is a slogan that characterizes the successful trade mission. The exchange of knowledge and ideas is crucial to keep our economies strong in a competitive, globalised world and that this mission opens new doors in the near future.

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  • successful interoperability testing of certified VPN solutions

    Added: 04-06-2018

    Compumatica and TheGreenBow jointly announce the successful interoperability testing of their respective certified VPN solutions. Both solutions combined provide a perfect end-to-end VPN connection for “Restricted Use” environments required by government agencies, European institutions and NATO. The certification levels achieved by both companies provide a strong guarantee for the reliability and the high standards of the implemented security mechanisms.

    Common Criteria is an international standard ratified by 26 countries (ISO 50408), providing a standardized set of rules for the evaluation of the security level of IT security product for within government organizations and strategic operators.

    Common Criteria Certification testifies the level of security provided by IT security solutions for use by government organizations and strategic operators, regarding the protection of sensitive data.

    TheGreenBow VPN client and Compumatica CryptoGuard VPN are both qualified for NATO restricted and EU restricted use, allowing the use for the transmission of classified information within NATO, EU and EUROCOR agencies.

    Both companies are totally committed to provide the best possible protection to their clients for the security of their vital information and the best possible customer service.

    About TheGreenBow

    TheGreenBow is a leading French Software editor established in Paris since 1998 providing endpoint security solutions, specializing in data encryption. With more than one million licenses distributed in over 70 countries, TheGreenBow is a leading provider of VPN client Software with Common Criteria EAL3+ certification delivered by the French National IT Security Agency (ANSSI). TheGreenBow VPN client has also been qualified for NATO restricted and EU restricted.

    About Compumatica

    Compumatica, established in 1991, is the only Dutch crypto manufacturer with offices in The Hague, Uden and Aachen (Germany). Compumatica develops cybersecurity solutions that are certified by Dutch Government, European Union and NATO. Several governmental agencies in The Netherlands, Germany and European Union are using the CryptoGuard VPN technology for decades.

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  • Vulnerability in OpenPGP and S/MIME

    Added: 15-05-2018

    Security researchers have found a vulnerability in OpenPGP and S/MIME. The exact details about this vulnerability are not published yet. At this moment we are busy to investigate the effects on our product.  

    Different organizations have advised not to use OpenPGP or S/MIME anymore, while other ‘experts’ are speaking about a minor vulnerability and that there is no reason for panic. However we would like to inform you about the rumor which has spread.

    Our first investigations comes up with the following recommendations:

    • Although the encryption could be vulnerable, it is still better to use encryption
    • If you have high security demands, in your Mail client you can use plain text i.s.o. HTML. By doing this, S/Mime and OpenPGP are not vulnerable for the found issue.
    • By using an additional opaque-signature, the signature can’t be removed during a Man-in-the-Middle Attack.

    The webmail and PDFmail functionality are not vulnerable and are still safe and secure to use. As soon as we have more information, we will update you.

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  • Compumatica nominated for security vendor of the year

    Added: 21-06-2017

    Compumatica has been nominated for the Computable Awards 2017 in the category ‘Best Security Vendor of 2017’. ICT trade journal Computable has selected ten companies, including Compumatica, from 39 applications. Ad Koolen, Government Crypto Specialist, responded to the news of the nomination by underscoring that ''it is in everyone's best interest to create a strong and reliable Dutch Crypto Industry’’.


    From the 4th of July it’s possible to vote for the Computable Awards 2017. Public votes and a jury judgment will both count 50/50 to determine the winner. The award winner will be announced on the 31st of October.

    Award nomination

    Compumatica has been selected for the Computable Awards 2017 because “Compumatica is the only Dutch crypto manufacturer with offices in The Hague, Uden and Aachen (Germany). Compumatica develops cybersecurity solutions that are certified by Dutch Government, European Union and NATO”.

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  • Crypto manufacturer Compumtica expands to HSD Campus in The Hague

    Added: 12-10-2016

    The Hague, October 12, 2016 - IT security company Compumatica, the only Dutch crypto manufacturer, opened today a new office in The Hague. With their inventive security solutions in the field of cryptography and now located at the HSD Campus, Compumatica will actively take part in the ecosystem of The Hague Security Delta, the largest security cluster in Europe. The ceremonial opening in The Hague was preceded by a seminar on privacy.

    Safely encrypted

    In 1991, when almost no one was familiar with cybersecurity, Compumatica was founded and is since then at the forefront of developments in this area. The IT security company designs among others codes for security software and encryption solutions; products that encrypt information so that it can be sent securely. Important for governments, critical infrastructure as well as for businesses.

    Expanding to The Hague

    The first contact of the Dutch IT security company with The Hague Security Delta (HSD) and InnovationQuarter occurred during an economic mission to Japan in November 2015 under the leadership of Prime Minister Mark Rutte and Minister for Economic Affairs Henk Kamp. During this mission aimed at among others cybersecurity, the strategy of Compumatica has frequently been discussed and the wish was expressed to be closer to their clients. Many of the clients are active in the major cities in Western Holland (‘Randstad’) and mainly The Hague. The choice of location on the HSD Campus was therefore obvious.

    Petra Schayik CEO Compumatica: "With the new office in The Hague, a long wish is fulfilled in order to be closer to our clients, who are mainly based in The Hague."

    "With the presence of Compumatica in The Hague, our region is a nice security company richer. The high security level without back doors of their IT solutions developed are a valuable asset to our security ecosystem, "said Chris Voorden, Ditrector Foreign Investments at InnovationQuarter. "We accompany Petra van Schayik and her team as a new HSD partner by introducing them into our networks and assist in creating opportunities that support their business goals."

    Security at Olympics Games 2020

    Compumatica is taking part with Alliander, Evidantly, Group 2000, Radically Open Security, Redsocks, Security Matters and ZiuZ, two educational institutions (Delft University of Technology and Eindhoven University of Technology) as well as The Hague Security Delta and InnovationQuarter in the International Business Platform (PIB), a consortium aiming to secure Olympic Games 2020 in Tokyo, Japan.

    The consortium underlines the Dutch expertise and experience in protecting critical infrastructures from cyber threats.

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  • Compumatica & Group2000 combine forces

    Added: 01-09-2016

    HSD partners Group 2000 and Compumatica announced at the start of September that they combine forces and have signed a value added partnership with each other. In this context Group 2000 is going to implement Compumatica's so called 'MagiCtwin' (a double firewall in one hardware system) which will protect the networks of Group 2000 clients.

    Group 2000 Netherlands, based in Almelo and recently opened an office at the HSD campus, is an innovative solutions provider which helps governments, intelligence agencies, telecommunication operators and large corporations in implementing surveillance infrastructures, solving their security matters and increasing the resilience of their critical infrastructures.

    Compumatica was founded in 1991 and is since then a leading company in IT security developments. Compumatica has a complete and modern product portfolio of IT security solutions with use of new technologies and experience of cryptography. This is a great example of partnership and the access to market strategy of HSD. Both companies met each other during the Partners in Business (PIB) Japan.



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  • Dutch cyber security parternship for Japan

    Added: 07-07-2016

    Dutch companies and knowledge institutions form collaboration to secure Japan’s critical infrastructure during Olympic Games in Tokyo (2020)

    On July 6 2016 a consortium of Dutch companies, knowledge institutions and The Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RvO) signed a collaboration agreement ‘Partners for International Business’ (PIB). The agreement can lead to great opportunities for Dutch businesses.

    Japan will host the Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2020. In preparation for these events the Japanese government wants to protect the critical infrastructures against cyber threats. Through the collaboration agreement the consortium aims to strengthen the market position in Japan. Main goals are the protection of the energy-, water and telecom sector. The cyber security of financial services and autonomous vehicles are also focus points for the consortium. The consortium furthermore aims at increasing and strengthening research between Dutch and Japanese knowledge institutions. These ambitions are in line with the access to market strategies of The Hague Security Delta (HSD). HSD, the largest security cluster of Europe, has been asked to act as secretary within this PIB.

    Protection of Japanese critical infrastructure

    The consortium consists of 8 companies (Alliander, Compumatica, Evidantly, Group 2000, Radically Open Security, Redsocks, Security Matters and ZiuZ), two educational institutions (Delft University of Technology and Eindhoven University of Technology) as well as The Hague Security Delta and InnovationQuarter. The consortium underlines the Dutch expertise and experience in protecting critical infrastructures from cyber threats. The partners of the consortium will share knowledge with Japanese institutions and companies and expect to create revenue from Japan while working towards the Olympic Games in 2020. The consortium will be part of trade missions, matchmaking events, knowledge exchange opportunities and collaborative presentations at conferences while continuously working together with the Dutch Embassy in Tokyo.

    Partners for International Business (PIB)

    Partners for International Business is a program of The Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RvO) commissioned by The Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

    The Hague Security Delta

    The Hague Security Delta (HSD) is the largest security cluster in Europe. In this Dutch cluster –with important regional hubs in The Hague, Twente, and Brabant– businesses, governments, and knowledge institutions work together on innovations and knowledge in the field of cyber security, national and urban security, protection of critical infrastructure, and forensics. They share a common goal: more business activity, more jobs and a secure world. For more info see: www.thehaguesecuritydelta.com

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  • CEO Compumatica selected for different awards

    Added: 31-05-2016

    CEO of Compumatica, Mrs. Petra van Schayik, has been selected for different Dutch awards. These awards are ‘The Next Women 100’, ’25 women who make the difference in the tech’ and ‘Inspiring fifty’. As the names suggest, these awards focus on business women. Last Wednesday Petra spoke to the Dutch Prime minister Mark Rutte and Queen Máxima.

    The Next Women 100

    The Next Women 100 is the top 100 most successful female entrepreneurs in the Netherlands. Each year the top 100 is compiled in cooperation with the Committee of Recommendation based on research and an online questionnaires completed by the nominees. Petra is now selected for the 4th consecutive year.

    25 women who make the difference in the tech

    The biggest female magazine of The Netherlands, Opzij, selected Petra as one of the best 25 female entrepreneurs in the Netherlands. In the article Opzij applauds Petra for running a successful company in which she has an exemplary function in the male-dominated ICT industry. “No wonder that she is selected every year in The Next Women 100.”  

    Inspiring fifty

    On Wednesday the 25th of May, the fifty most inspiring women in the technology world were invited for an inspiring day. On this day the Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, European council member Neelie Kroes and the Queen Máxima were attendees. And of course between the inspiring sessions there was time left for a quick picture.

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  • Compumatica joins the State Visit of King and Queen of the Netherlands to Southern Germany

    Added: 12-04-2016

    The Dutch King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima will visit the German cities Nuremberg and Munich from the 12th till the 14th of April. A select group of companies have been invited to join the King and Queen’s official State visit.

    Compumatica is one of the selected companies and joins as part of the Cybersecurity delegation. During the visit IT security companies have the possibility to demonstrate their innovations. Compumatica will present its Multiple Firewall, MagiCrypt and CompuWebmail to German and international companies.

    Compumatica secure networks was founded in 1991 in the Netherlands. In 2002 Compumatica opened a new Research & Development center in Aachen, Germany. In this center employees work day-in, day-out on new innovations to keep the current security products, like the successful CryptoGuard VPN, as safe as possible and to modernize the industry with new products.

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  • Visit Compumatica during the GITEX 2015

    Added: 23-10-2015

    Compumatica is present on the GITEX 2015 exhibition. GITEX is the 3rd largest technology event on the planet. Participation in this event gives you access to over 143,000+ technology professionals with real buying power. The Internet of Everything is ready to transform our world. International technology buyers will be flocking to GITEX this year searching for solutions that will bring their businesses into the era of connectivity. 

    The Gitex is held from 18-22 October in Dubai world trade Centre. 

    Compumatica stand:

    Hall Name: Zabeel Hall

    Stand No: Z-F15 (next to DU stand)

    Stand Name: X-CONCEPTS

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  • Compumatica new partner of the Hague Security Delta

    Added: 08-05-2015

    Compumatica is a new partner of the Hague Security Delta (HSD), the largest security cluster in Europe. In this cluster businesses, governments, and knowledge institutions comes together to share their knowledge and create innovations. Cybersecurity is one of the aimed market of the HSD.

    One collective goal

    The main purpose of the HSD is to generate more business, more jobs and finally a more secure landscape in The Netherlands. Compumatica hopes to contribute on this goal, by sharing their Crypto knowledge to other participants of the HSD. Based on their own experience, a successful corporation between government and business can lead to excellent and above all safe solutions. 

    Dutch Crypto Industry (Nederlandse Crypto Industrie)

    Compumatica is founder of the Dutch Crypto Industry and is one of the largest and most important Crypto Company in The Netherlands. It develops their own Cybersecurity products and is a fully Dutch independent company. Nor Compumatica or governments have access to data, which are stored at the customer’s site.

    HSD Campus

    The Hague Security Delta (HSD) is located on the campus in The Hague. On the campus are several government and IT companies situated. Several times a month events will be organized. The Innovation room, during the Cybersecurity week, was one of those events. In the Innovation room, 20 Dutch companies presented their security innovation. Compumatica presented their secure S-BYOD solution.

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  • Cybersecurity week at HSD 13-17 april

    Added: 07-04-2015

    In the same week as the Global Conference on Cyber Space 2015 and the One Conference, a unique ‘Cyber Security Week’ (CSW) will be held at the campus of The Hague Security Delta, the largest security cluster in Europe. You are welcome to visit this national innovation centre for security, meet some of the key players in the cyber security domain, participate in threat battles and experience the latest innovations!

    Innovation room

    As part of the Cyber Security Week (CSW), The Hague Security Delta hosts a unique Innovation Room, where 20 Leading Dutch cyber security innovations will be showcased. The Innovation Room will be opened on Wednesday 15 April at 14.00h by Henk Kamp, Dutch Minister of Economic Affairs and Jozias van Aartsen, mayor of the city of The Hague. It will give visitors the opportunity to get an insight into the latest cyber security developments, to meet cyber security experts, and to network. The event will take place on Wednesday 15 and Thursday 16 April at the HSD Campus.

    Compumatica will present the Secure Bring Your Own Device (S-BYOD) solution in the innovation room. S-BYOD enables employees to use their smartphone or tablet for both private and business-related issues. At the same time the IT department does no longer have to worry about the security and reliability of confidential business information.

    More information can be found here.

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  • Compumatica nominated for Cyber Security & Privacy Innovation Award

    Added: 16.10.2014

    With the Cyber Security & Privacy Innovation Awards, the IPACSO consortium, supported by the European Commission, awards Privacy and Cyber Security Innovators in Europe.

    IPACSO is mainly intended for researching for organizations and ICT security industry companies that are active in the domain of privacy and cyber security. But the project is also reaching out to potential security & privacy innovators from other domains such as legal, social networking, market developments. By reaching out to IPACSO, they will learn from existing methodologies, best practices, market considerations, economic incentives and other expertise. They will connect with other innovators, business support organizations and financing and get visibility for their innovations from IPACSO promotional activities both directly to the market and media.


    S-BYOD has been developed to secure business data on privately owned mobile devices. S-BYOD is completely built onto a MicroSD card and is controlled by an app on the device, which is installed from the MicroSD card. S-BYOD makes use of “secure containers” on the secure MicroSD card. It consists of two parts: the MicroSD storage and the MicroSD secure element. The secure element provides the cryptographic back-end while the MicroSD storage contains the stored encrypted local files.

    The award ceremony will take place on Thursday, 23rd October at Living Tomorrow, in Brussels Belgium, with inspiring presentations and discussions of the commission, government officials, researchers, and the security industry, and information about the most innovative research, solutions and approaches today to secure our privacy and protect our assets and critical infrastructures.

    Click here for the press publication in PDF.

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  • Compumatica nominated for SME week

    Added: 25.09.2014

    Eurochambres, the Federation of European Chambers of Commerce has been invited to nominate 1 entrepreneur per country as a candidate to appear in the ‘Secret of Success’ brochure for the European SME Week 2014, published by DG Enterprise and Industry of the European Commission. We are proud to let you know that the profile selected for this year’s brochure is Compumatica.

    The Commission was interested in successful digital entrepreneurs with an unusual or inspiring story to tell in terms of rate of growth, achievements, technological breakthrough, etc... They were also looking for a range of different profiles in terms of age, ethnic background, gender, age, nature of products/services and length of entrepreneurial experience.

    EU SME Week and brochure
    Coordinated by the European Commission, this campaign promotes enterprise across Europe in line with the Small Business Act for Europe. It is taking place in 37 countries, so events and activities – national, regional or local – will be as close as possible to existing and potential entrepreneurs.

    The brochure "The Secret of Success" will be very widely disseminated, with the aim of raising the profile of entrepreneurs and of entrepreneurship as an attractive career choice, and to promote entrepreneurship education. As such, the format of the brochure will be adapted in order to be used as an educational aid by schools and universities in the EU.  With the G20 internet economy set to grow at an annual rate of 8% , web entrepreneurs have the potential to transform the European economy. The brochure will tell the story of how Europe’s web entrepreneurs are re-imagining every single European industry and holding out the promise of new jobs, new skills and new wealth. It will also help policy makers and students alike, draw conclusions on what it takes to build and grow a successful web-based business.

    Download here the Secret of Success 2014/2015 brochure (Compumatica on page 29).

    Press publication in PDF.

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  • Compumatica introduces CompuWebmail for the CompuMail Gateway

    Added: 23.05.2014

    Aachen, May 23rd 2014.- The webmail extension to the CompuMail Gateway by Compumatica makes it possible to integrate external communication partners, who can‘t communicate via S/MIME or OpenPGP into a secure e-mail communication. Only a conventional web browser is needed. The e-mail gateway can also be used in combination with Office 365 and Google Mail in a secure and easy way.

    The CompuWebmail is installed on an own server which should be placed in the DMZ (Demilitarized Zone) of the organization. All e-mails are stored in an encrypted way. Thus, there is no security risk for the organization’s private keys which are stored on the CompuMail Gateway. The recipient can access the e-mails with his web browser via a secure HTTPS connection. He doesn’t need any specific requirements for the secure communication. The installation of software or further modifications of the e-mail infrastructure on the recipients’ side are not necessary. The gateway including webmail function may also be included into Office 365 environments without any problems.

    How does the communication work?

    The internal user sends an e-mail to an external recipient who doesn’t have a user account on CompuWebmail yet. Given a matching rule that this e-mail has to be sent to CompuWebmail it is routed to that server by CompuMail Gateway. CompuWebmail automatically creates a user account for this recipient and stores the e-mail into that account. At the same time a password for this account is generated. The password is sent back by the CompuWebmail to the internal sender. He now has to get in contact with the recipient, for example by telephone, to submit the password to the external recipient. The external recipient gets an e-mail by the CompuWebmail containing the weblink (HTTPS) which the recipient has to open in his browser. As user name the e-mail address is used. Now the recipient is able to log on to CompuWebmail by means of his user name and password. After the first login the user has to change the password received from the internal sender. Afterwards, the external recipient gets access to his mail box on CompuWebmail and can participate in the secured e-mail communication with organizations of the sender.

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  • Patches for OpenSSL security issues available

    Added: 01.05.2014

    The patches for OpenSSL security issues are available now. CompuWall customers may download the patch via our download area. CompuMail Gateway customers can use the normal update functionality of their e-mail gateway to install the patch.

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  • Compumatica offers new CompuDiode

    Added: 19.03.2014

    Compumatica  developed a data diode for the secure transfer of critical data in only one direction. The device is shockproof and works without any fans.

    Many processes in technical and industrial settings are supervised and controlled by means of ICS (Industrial Control Systems) or SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) systems. The interface between different environments is necessary, but at the same time it is important to protect the critical data being transferred. On the one hand, the data shouldn’t flow back, on the other hand it is not desired to disconnect the affected systems since this often results in loss of time and money.

    CompuDiode by Compumatica provides a secure solution for transferring critical data only in one direction, in real-time and without any risk to flow back. Thus, it offers an ideal way to combine high availability with high security.

    Solution features and benefits

    The diode consists of a unidirectional connection for secure data transfer. It is designed and perfectly suited for SCADA or ICS systems and combinations of high and low class data. The data are transferred in real-time and no disconnection of the systems is necessary.

    Technical specifications

    The data diode is implemented in a fanless and shockproof device (19“ and 1U), together with two CompuWall softwares and two redundant power supplies (100-240 VAC and 50-60 Hz). It tolerates temperatures in a range from -20 to +50°C and has a lifetime of 10 years.

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  • Compumatica and Utimaco sign agreement

    Added: 18.07.2013

    Compumatica secure networks and Utimaco Safeware sign agreement for global reselling of the Utimaco SafeGuard® CryptoServer product line (Hardware Security Modules)

    Aachen, July 18th, 2013.- This agreement enhances the Compumatica secure networks portfolio with offerings for HSM – Hardware Security Modules. These modules will be used for instance for use with the Compumatica secure e-mail gateway – CompuMail Gateway solution.

    Compumatica provides high-level security solutions for the protection of highly sensitive data transmitted over public or private networks. Utimaco´s SafeGuard® CryptoServer product line (Hardware Security Modules) offers maximum flexibility.

    Business critical information must be protected against unauthorized access, manipulation and theft. SafeGuard® CryptoServer is the ideal solution for all critical security processes.

    • Integrated key management
    • Simultaneous application access: Multiple applications can access the respective key container within the HSM at the same time.
    • Scalability and high-availability
    • Remote administration / Remote diagnostics via an NMS using SNMP
    • Comprehensive product package: No additional licenses required.

    Target market and applications:

    Based on SafeGuard® CryptoServer CS Series our eGovernment solution guarantees the maximum of security for critical infrastructures. By using approved algorithms and an integrated true random number generator according to AIS 31 SafeGuard® CryptoServer CS Series secures your business critical processes (Common Criteria EAL4+ certification in progress).

    Banking and Finance:

    The SafeGuard® CryptoServer fulfills all the PCI DSS HSM Security requirements and meets the demands for extremely high transaction volumes related to cryptographic processes.

    At the same time, we grant you maximum flexibility for the integration into your infrastructure, through the broad range of standard APIs.


    SafeGuard® CryptoServer can be used for DNS Security Extensions with the advantages of a hardware solution as compared to software solutions. The advantages of making use of our DNSSEC Simulator:

    • Low investment risk without hidden consequential costs
    • Highest security and tamper resistance
    • Certified compliancy with FIPS 140-2 level 3 and level 4
    • Relieving DNS servers of performing complex cryptographic calculations
    • Support for popular DNS servers and DNS signers such as BIND and OpenDNSSEC
    • Scalable to your needs and thus cost-effective
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  • Transfer of support for SafeGuard MailGateway from Sophos to Compumatica

    Added: 01.02.2013

    Aachen, February 1st 2013.- The SafeGuard MailGateway business of Sophos has been transferred to Compumatica secure networks GmbH with effect from February 1st 2013.

    Compumatica provides high-level security solutions for the protection of highly sensitive data transmitted over public or private networks, and already purchased the rights to the SafeGuard MailGateway product line in 2009.

    SafeGuard MailGateway is a software application for the protection of e-mail traffic that is centrally integrated into the SMTP chain. All incoming and outgoing e-mails are encrypted and decrypted by means of rules. Furthermore, e-mails are signed and signatures are checked. The transparent application is very easy to integrate and administrate. Compumatica has been continually involved in development and support of SafeGuard MailGateway products since 2009.

    Existing licenses of the SafeGuard MailGateway solution will continue to protect the organization as per normal. License renewals and any additional SafeGuard MailGateway license purchases are as of now managed by Compumatica. The technical support is as well now provided by Compumatica rather than Sophos.

    Compumatica has assumed existing contractual relations for SafeGuard MailGateway from Sophos and continues to honor them on the same terms. Compumatica has assumed responsibility for the SafeGuard MailGateway maintenance agreements and provides technical support from Monday to Friday, from 9 am until 5 pm CET per e-mail (support@compumatica.eu) or by phone (+49 241 1696 444).

    Compumatica is now the main point of contact for any questions or concerns regarding the SafeGuard MailGateway product.

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