Over 90% of cyberattacks begin from an email. Given how often individuals and businesses utilize email, this percentage is scary. These attacks have cost organizations an average of $13 million in damages, which will continue to grow.
With Google Workspace hitting over three billion users and Microsoft 365 at nearly 345 million, it is clear that cloud-based email is the current standard. With any type of digital program comes the need for digital security, and cloud email security is no exception.
Email security threats evolve regularly, and businesses must keep pace more than ever. Email addresses are one of the most high-value data assets for cybercriminals since they can grant them access to many of their targets’ other accounts, most importantly, financial accounts.
Cyberattacks no longer remain a question of ‘if’; they now simply become ‘when.’ Unfortunately, it’s just a matter of time until your corporate or private information gets hacked. While conventional antivirus software or firewall is an excellent start to prevent cyberattacks, they may not be enough.
With the increase in email usage over the years, there has also been an increase in cyber threats. So, email security should be at the top of your list of priorities. Encryption is one technique that has proven to be a game-changer for many industries.
Althought it may seem counterintuitive, as a small business, you face heightened cyber risk. Cybercriminals recognize that small businesses often lack the resources and expertise required to defend against cyberattacks, and readily exploit these weaknesses.
Many people are likely unaware of how large a cybersecurity vulnerability their email represents. This is not to disrespect the excellent work of our favorite communication tool. Still, given that email was never designed to be secure, we should use it only in addition to other forms of communication.
Securing an open-source project requires significant effort, knowledge, and the ability to devise and implement a security strategy. In this article, we’ll explore critical considerations and offer tips and best practices for planning and implementing your open-source security efforts.
As 95% of all attacks on enterprise networks are the result of successful spear phishing, security experts are urging enterprises to beef up their efforts on protecting from spear-phishing attacks. In this article we will explore 21 ways of protecting from Spear phishing.
Keystroke logging is a type of data collection and logging software that has been around for more than 20 years and it’s capable of recording anything you type, including bank account numbers, credit card information, personal identification such as passwords, and so on on your computer. Hackers can send a malicious code as an attachment in an email called phishing. When the target user downloads and opens the attachment, the keylogger automatically gets downloaded and installed on their computer.
The upsurge in the volume of unwanted spam emails& email attacks like phishing, malware etc has created an intense need for the development of more dependable and robust email filtering services. Recent Machine learning methods are being increasingly used to successfully detect and filter those emails & protect company users & data from email threats & prevent Spam-incurred disruption to Email continuity.
Sending secure email or Email encryption is the process of disguising the content of your email messages to protect them from being read by unwanted parties. Sensitive information such as passwords, login credentials, client information and bank account numbers are vulnerable when sent via email.
The cloud has been quickly adopted by enterprises in order to reduce costs, increase agility and provide business expertise. These same types of advantages also apply to using SaaS based email security services. This emerging model of SaaS offers the potential to level the playing field between cyber-offense and cyber-defense as never before.
Spam email - or unsolicited junk email sent in bulk - is notorious for the constant aggravation that it causes, cluttering mailboxes and distracting employees from the task at hand. That being said, the fact that spam email is also a serious security threat often gets overlooked. Many messages contain email scams such as phishing and ransomware, which can result in compromised credentials, reputation damage and financial loss.
Have you ever received an email that looked as if it was sent by your senior or client or someone you know but was actually sent by someone else - a scammer? If so, you already know what it’s like to become a victim of email spoofing, and this article is here to explain your in more detail what is email spoofing and how to prevent your mail box from email spoofing.
At work, an account tells you to click a link to business pitches, but it seems fishy. Perhaps you’ve been targeted with a phishing attack, and not identifying it will result in a bad situation. In the modern work environment, email phishing threats are more pervasive than ever and continue to get more sophisticated. Over 90% of modern cyberattacks begin with a phishing email.
Crypto virus attacks are on the rise, with roughly 4,000 attacks occurring daily. The US government estimates that over $1 billion in ransom is paid as a result of these attacks each year. However, the cost of a crypto virus attack far exceeds the ransom paid to decrypt files. Crypto viruses frequently result in significant downtime, data loss and reputation damage for organizations.