BOSTON, MA — Wouldn’t it be nice to have a life-long email address with a clean inbox? While data breaches and abusive senders make this a difficult goal to achieve, help has arrived from ManyMe.com.
BOSTON, MA — Have you ever been reluctant to disclose your personal email address to an outsider, not knowing what they might do with it? Perhaps you have been persuaded to do so in return for a discount coupon or special offer, and then regretted it when the unwanted email started to arrive. Perhaps you created a secondary email account to use for such purposes, but eventually had to abandon it when the flood of unwanted email rendered it unusable.
BURLINGTON, MA — Many people understand the privacy and security advantages of using multiple email addresses in the impersonal and often risky realm of their online lives. To realize these benefits, however, most people have resorted to throwaway email accounts and disposable addresses. ManyMe eliminates the shortcomings of these other approaches by delivering a far broader and more effective range of advantages, with the simplicity and convenience that consumers demand.
BURLINGTON, MA — Have you ever wondered what happens to your email address after you disclose it at a web site? The key to finding out is to use a different email address every time you register online. Then, by tracking the senders that use each address, it is possible to detect when an address provided to one site is later used by someone at a different site.
BOSTON, MA — Raven Fly, Inc., a developer of advanced cybersecurity and privacy solutions for individuals, today announced the availability of ManyMe.com, a cloud service that provides stronger online privacy, security and control through the automated use and management of multiple email identities — hence the name ManyMe.
Yet while vast amounts are spent to protect individuals in their roles as employees, these same individuals also have a personal digital life, as consumers, where they are not only less protected, but where their activity can create risk that transfers to their employers.
To close this gap in defenses and protect their customers, enterprise security vendors must add tools to protect individuals in their personal lives, too.