Malware is one of the most pervasive and dangerous techniques cybercriminals employ to steal an organization’s funds and gain access to confidential data.
Many IT executives have adopted a “Cloud First” strategy to reduce computing costs and improve productivity. However, this boost to operational efficiency is closely followed by the discovery of new security and compliance risks.
Our midterm elections are quickly approaching, which means Americans need to be hyperaware on social networks to avoid misinformation and scams. Below are five things you must do right now to protect yourself online and not be manipulated.
Whether it’s stopping attacks that target users or our passion for customer service, protection has always started with people at Proofpoint. People are also the inspiration behind one of the most sweeping UI/UX redesigns in our company’s history.
Phishing is one of the oldest and most pervasive cybersecurity threats. It’s been around since email was invented, and phishing attacks have evolved to evade even our most sophisticated cybersecurity defenses.
Proofpoint attended Microsoft's Ignite conference for the first time ever last month. And we plan on returning.
Today marks the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Binding Operational Directive (BOD) 18-01 deadline, which requires all U.S.
Since its inception, email has been a favorite target for cyber criminals hoping to steal sensitive data, user credentials, and company funds. In response, organizations have deployed a wide range of email security tools.
Messaging, Malware, and Mobile Anti-Abuse Working Group (M3AAWG) Awards the Business Email Compromise List with the 2018 JD Falk Award, Proofpoint Among Recognized Organizations
Business email compromise (BEC) /email fraud continues to be a serious pain point for organizations worldwide—and according to the FBI, it has resulted in $12.