said that its recently launched E-mail Domain eCertification service prevents fraudulent online communications from reaching a user's inbox and can provide data on e-mail traffic activity and phishing attack alerts to companies using the service to help them prevent e-mail fraud.
"The NECC's position at the forefront of the development of eCert nationally has given us the opportunity to help shape the development of the system, and eCert V5 is a tremendous resulting product."
To find out more about the NECC's export services offer, or to register your interest in the next eCert V5 workshop, contact Brian Dakers on (0191) 375-3348, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
"The support and advice is first class, and the speed and efficiency with which we can process our export shipments - particularly to the Ukraine and Russia - through use of the NECC's eCert
service is fantastic.
The Japanese group, which recently announced plans to create up to 800 jobs at its plant in Sunderland, is using the North East Chamber of Commerce's eCert and aCert services to export to Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Bahrain, Guadeloupe, Colombia, Morocco and more.
The electronic service enables the exporter to apply for the certificates directly from a PC and in the case of eCert eXpress, to receive them back to their computer too without leaving their desks.