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    Microsoft Outlook Update Raises Privacy Concerns

    Outlook update sparks privacy concerns as user data and credentials may be sent to Microsoft servers, even for non-Microsoft email providers.

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    AI Phishing Is Coming: Here's How to Defend Against It

    Cybercriminals are using AI to craft more convincing phishing emails. Don't fall for it. Protect yourself with expert advice from guest author Zac Amos.

  3. Blogpost image of about 8 app like squares of different illustrated logos from email providers, such as Thunderbird, Gmail, Proton, Outlook, Apple Mail, Tutanota, Mailfence and StartMail. The StartMail logo stands out from the rest

    What Makes StartMail Different From Other Privacy Email Providers?

    Looking for a privacy-focused email provider that stands out from the rest? Dive into this article to explore the distinguishing features of StartMail and learn why it's the ideal choice for protecting your privacy.

  4. This image shows a laptop on a desk. The screen shows the StartMail migration portal. You also see three colourful envelopes flying out of the screen, indicating the migration of emails from another email provider to StartMail.

    Make the Switch: Migrating to a Secure Email Provider to Protect Your Privacy

    More and more people are switching to secure email providers to protect their privacy from Big Tech companies that scan and store personal data. This article explains the benefits of switching to a secure email provider like StartMail, and outlines the quick and easy process of email migration.

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    How Will ChatGPT Impact Your Business's Email Security?

    Generative AI models like ChatGPT can pose a serious threat to cybersecurity, but they can also be used to improve it. Read on to find out how businesses can leverage AI to detect phishing attacks and increase cyber awareness.

  6. Photographic image of a man behind his laptop. In the StartMail illustration style a paper bag with an illustrated face representing Bagman, representing being anonymous.

    Don’t Get Tracked Online: How to Use Email Aliases to Protect Your Privacy

    Many websites and apps now require an email address to access content. But not many people understand the potential risks associated with giving away this piece of personal data. Read on to learn how email aliases can help protect you from being tracked online.

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    6 Common Types of Email Scams to Watch For

    Gone are the days when all email scams were riddled with typos and sent en masse to anyone with an inbox. Their messages aren’t relegated to outrageous scenarios, either — Nigerian prince schemes have fallen by the wayside in favor of package delivery errors or work-related requests. Here are a few to watch out for.

  8. A photograph of a woman sitting behind her laptop with a cup on the left side. The woman has her hands on her face and has a shocked expression. On the laptop is an illustration of a surveillance camera in the StartMail brand style.

    Startling Email Privacy Facts That Will Make You Rethink How to Protect Your Inbox

    From cyber attacks to surveillance and phishing scams, the threats to your email security are real. But don't worry, solutions exist. Keep reading to discover some surprising email privacy facts and how to take control of your inbox by using a secure email provider.

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    Why You Should Protect Your Emails

    Email is still one of the most widely used forms of communication but it's not as safe as we think it is. Here are 4 reasons why you should protect your emails.

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    The Rise in Cybersecurity Jobs

    It seems as though new cyberattacks are reported every week. Since the pandemic began and companies were forced to move online, network security has been a paramount concern of both businesses and governments. It makes perfect sense, then, that hiring cybersecurity professionals has been a global focus and demand for cybersecurity professionals continues to rise.