SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Vade Retro, the leader in anti-phishing, anti-spear phishing and anti-malware heuristic filtering has experienced a record growth in 2015. Over 300 million email accounts worldwide, in more than 76 countries, are using security and smart classifying technologies from Vade Retro.
Vade Secure, security first
In order to support the dynamics of its development without completely foregoing its historical name, the company has chosen Vade Secure. The company is reinventing email security with innovative products to tackle the email threat: This is not a new phenomenon but the growth and impact of phishing, malware and ransomware emails is substantial.
The software vendor has a strong international growth, in particular in the Asian and American markets. In 2015, the company's international revenue grew by 78%. The company has signed on more than 600 new customers in 2015 and its growth is accelerating in 2016 with more than 650 new customers over the first semester. Today, Vade Retro protects more than 300 million email accounts worldwide.
Vade Secure has built this growth through innovation and by being present in person in its targeted markets. Between 2014 and 2016, Vade Secure opened 5 new offices (San Francisco, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Vancouver and Paris). The company's technologies are aimed essentially at private companies, internet service providers and OEMs.
Vade Secure, a new name for a world-renowned technology
Vade Secure and its new tagline “Advanced Email Protection” also emphasizes the company's security expertise, in the context of a growing threat taking various forms.
Georges Lotigier, CEO of Vade Secure announces:
"Our new identity marks the beginning of an exciting adventure and emphasizes our ambition to expand internationally. We are recognized worldwide for our technologies in fighting phishing, spear phishing, malware and ransomware. In 2015, we filed two new international patents protecting our anti-phishing and anti-spear phishing technologies, so we are very far from being 'retro'! We expect an even greater acceleration of our growth in 2016. Our new name and tagline will be an asset in convincing companies, ISPs and OEMs, to put their trust in our tools."