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5 Things To Know About The Mimecast Hack And Stock Drop

From the type of certificate likely compromised to the impact of this hack on Mimecast’s email security rivals to whether the attack is tied to the SolarWinds breach, here are five big things to know about the Mimecast hack.

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4. Mimecast Rivals Area 1, Vade Secure Not Compromised

CRN reached out to eight other email security vendors in the wake of the Mimecast’s disclosure Tuesday morning to ask if they were dealing with similar compromises.

None of Area 1 Security’s certificates have been compromised recently, according to Oren Falkowitz, the Redwood City, Calif.-based company’s co-founder, chairman of the board and former CEO. Vade Secure has similarly not been compromised, according to Adrien Gendre, the Hen, France-based company’s chief product and services officer. Agari has also not seen any signs of compromise, according to a spokesperson for the Foster City, Calif.-based company.

Proofpoint, and Zix did not immediately respond to inquiries from CRN on whether or not they were compromised like Mimecast, while Barracuda, FireEye and Valimail declined to comment on the matter.

 
 
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