ZeroBounce, an email verification service delivering e-mail bounce detection, email abuse and spam trap detection, and advanced security, has selected Cloudflare’s global CDN platform for delivering upgraded security services to ZeroBounce customers.
In September 2017, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission pointed out the importance of website and data protection. The agency referenced the recent massive Equifax data breach that affected more than 145 million Americans and called for consistent and urgent measures.
In working with Cloudflare content delivery network (CDN), ZeroBounce is focused on protecting customers’ personal data and ensuring a safer environment during their online acquisition process. Used by millions of online platforms, Cloudflare’s content delivery network would enable ZeroBounce to preserve sensitive information like names, email addresses or other private data even more securely until the completion of every purchase on ZeroBounce.net.
“We are here not only to offer the best email validation system but also to look after our customers and make sure their data is kept safe,” said Henry Timmes, CTO of ZeroBounce. “Cloudflare improves the performance of over seven million websites across the globe and is an elite service when it comes to data and website protection. They provide advanced firewall, CDN and many other valuable assets. We are confident that our customers will benefit from this in the long run.”