Following a letter by Senator Ron Wyden back in July calling for government-wide use of email authentication, The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced on Monday that it would increase security for anyone receiving email from federal agencies or visi
The rapidly evolving pace of digital transformation promises new levels of efficiency, agility, and responsiveness for your organization, your supply chain, and your customers.
Anyone who leaves home with a mobile phone (i.e. everyone) knows it won’t be long before they connect to a wireless network. And when they do, it had better be a trusted and secure choice so they don’t endanger their personal identity or company data.
Impostor email attacks that seek to defraud recipients through business email compromise (BEC) and credential phishing are becoming more sophisticated.
In spite of extensive regulatory guidance since 2010, some financial services firms are still baffled by how to comply with communications rules and regulations pertaining to social media.
Pharmaceutical companies can use social media to engage and educate patients as well as to provide reliable information about their products.
Community banks and credit unions can use social media to level the playing field with big banks. With a thoughtful, and sometimes, inexpensive social media and digital presence, a smaller bank can resonate with its community and engage with existing and potential customers in their area.
Organizations spend billions of dollars every year to protect themselves from today’s advanced cyber threats. What’s the best way to invest that money?
Ransomware, business email compromise (BEC) and phishing attacks continue to make headlines worldwide. And for all of society’s technological advances, human beings (that is, your employees) remain the weakest link in the cybersecurity ecosystem.
Proofpoint Achieves In-process Status for FedRAMP and Kicks-off Common Criteria Certification Testing to Help Federal Agencies Stop Sophisticated Cyberattacks
Knocking power grids offline, immobilizing intelligence and even upending elections are within the realm of today’s digital attacks.