With email attacks contributing to billions of lost dollars each year, a growing number of organizations are adopting Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance (DMARC) in an effort to protect themselves and their customers from fraudsters.
You’ve heard the statistics…more than 70% of all business users will be provisioned with cloud office applications in the next two years, including email. It’s an overdue modernization that eliminates physical infrastructure to drive cost savings and integrate services for improved productivity
Chasing this move, cybercriminals intent on account takeover are evolving their tactics, targeting end users with various identity-deception scams. Their evolving tactics and your defenses against them deserve a closer look.
With the 2020 US presidential election only 12 months away, a new survey of registered voters suggests email security against phishing attacks could be a make-or-break issue for candidates—and for our democracy.
Time is running out to join industry thought leaders as a featured speaker at Trust 2020, The Next Generation Email Security Conference, on April 15-17 in Los Angeles. The deadline to submit topics for consideration is October 31, 2019.
Trust 2020 is an exclusive, two-day customer event where senior security leaders from a wide range of industries converge to share thought-provoking ideas and actionable insights on defending against rapidly evolving email-based threats to their organizations.
Here’s some earned media you don’t want for your brand—headlines announcing that your customers are victims of a “nasty phishing scam” or that your “accounts are under attack.” Verizon and Microsoft have had to manage those headlines in recent months. And other tech companies are vulnerable to the same kind of brand damage right now. That’s because organized cybercriminals are going all-in on brand impersonation scams, and many tech brands have yet to shore up their email security.