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December 10th, Google Workspace Administrator 2FA Guidance Email Mistakenly Sent to Wrong Recipients

Hello everyone. This is the Netkiller Support Team. At Netkiller Inc., we have always strived to protect and manage customers’ information. However, due to a human error, we regret to inform you that on Sunday, December 10, 2023, an email containing instructions for Google Workspace administrators’ two-step authentication intended for a specific client was mistakenly […]

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Netkiller’s Success at TD Synnex Google Summit on the Road, Austin, TX: Showcasing Enhanced Security with netkiller-ISMS

On August 2nd, Netkiller sponsored and participated in TD Synnex’s 10th annual Google Summit on the Road hosted in Austin, TX, live music capital of the world. Netkiller pitched and showed off various features of “netkiller ISMS,” our Google Workspace MSSP solution, to over 30 partners of the Texas-based general distributor company TD Synnex. At

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Meet the Netkiller team at TD SYNNEX’s 10th annual Google Summit on the Road at the world’s live music capital, Austin, Texas!

Meet the Netkiller team at TD SYNNEX’s 10th annual Google Summit on the Road at the world’s live music capital, Austin, Texas!  We are proud sponsors of this event and will be presenting our netkiller ISMS product.  Google Summit will consist of a day of networking, in-depth learning, and exciting opportunities to explore the solutions offered by Netkiller,

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Netkiller ISMS 4 release with powerful features including Google Drive Scanning

Quick Launch summary We’re introducing ‘full scan’, a powerful auditing feature for stronger data security. This update allows Netkiller ISMS administrators to check the status of Google Drive file sharing for all domain users to prevent possible data leaks. We are now supporting text recognition in the image and HWP files, so it is possible

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Netkiller Welcomes New Employees with a Two-week Orientation Program in Silicon Valley

In a fierce competition for seeking global talents, Netkiller offers Silicon Valley Orientation Program at Netkiller Palo Alto Innovation Studio. Netkiller is offering Silicon Valley Orientation Program at Netkiller Palo Alto Innovation Studio to win the talent war. The two-week-long orientation program aims to inspire new hires with the Silicon Valley spirit and develop competencies

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Netkiller has donated to “Doctors Without Borders” to provide assistance for Ukraine and is helping expand hiring for local Ukrainian partners by funding former employees there.

Countless lives are sacrificed everyday in Ukraine. Netkiller Co., Ltd. has donated 5 million KRW to the Ukrainian-designated fund designated by Doctors Without Borders. Netkiller also extended its existing contracts and doubled its current employment with its Ukraine-based partners. In addition, the company has provided emergency funding to a former Ukrainian employee who had previously

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Netkiller’s Services Are Not Affected by Log4J Vulnerability

Dear Netkiller Customers, We are aware of a widespread security risk with a library ‘log4j’ used for logging in many applications worldwide. We wanted to let you know that Netkiller Services are not affected by the Log4J Vulnerability, and we have taken step to ensure this vulnerability does not affect our customers At Netkiller, we

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