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From Secure Online Desktop to Cyberfero: rebranding of the leading cybersecurity company

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Dear customers and partners, we are pleased to announce that our company is officially changing its name: from today Secure Online Desktop becomes Cyberfero!

In this article we will illustrate in detail all the news and reassurances related to this rebranding, which marks the evolution of our company.

What changes at a practical level

At a practical level, the change of name from Secure Online Desktop to Cyberfero does not entail any substantial changes for our customers.

The staff, as well as the services offered and their quality, remain unchanged. The company will continue to operate with the same seriousness and competence as always.

Access to services

Most of our services have already been migrated to the new cyberfero.com domain. Therefore, accessing the old secure-od.com domain, you will be automatically redirected to the new one.

We invite you to save the new addresses in your favorites for easier access. For services not yet transferred, they will continue to work regularly on the old domain until the migration is completed.

Billing

The next invoices will be issued with the new company name Cyberfero srl instead of Secure Online Desktop srl. Nothing changes for customers administratively.

What users need to do to continue using the services

Users absolutely do not have to do anything. The transition to the new name and domain will be completely automatic and transparent for users. The services will work exactly like before.

Why the name change

Secure Online Desktop, founded in 2011, was initially more focused on the provision of cloud computing services. Over the years the core business has shifted more and more towards cybersecurity services, which today represent the main activity.

We therefore decided to reflect this change also in the name, opting for Cyberfero.

Social Networks

Our social channels have been updated to reflect the name change, but will continue to be constantly updated to communicate all the news to followers.

The complete list of channels can be found in the site footer. We invite you to follow us to stay up to date on webinars, events and other news. Also register for the newsletter!

Curiosities about the new name

Cyberfero name
  • “Cyber” is an abbreviation for “Cyber Security” and refers to IT security.
  • “Fero” comes from the Latin “ferre” which means “to bring”.

So “Cyberfero” means “bringer of cyber security”, or “he who promotes and spreads IT security”.

Cyberfero shield

The logo depicts a shield, which evokes the concept of security through defense. But it also includes the idea of attack testing, to strengthen the shield itself.

Tell us what you think!

We are curious to know your impressions about this change. We invite you to share your opinions with us, both through our social channels and by writing to us at [email protected].

Your feedback is very valuable, it will help us better understand how the new Cyberfero name and identity was welcomed.

We look forward to hearing what you think!

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