Email is a top vector for cybercriminals to breach your organization.
Email fraud continues to make headlines within the cybersecurity space and continuously reaches unprecedented levels of impact on organizations of all sizes and in all locations. In fact, the FBI recently released a new report
In her compelling TED Talk, Keren Elazari, cybersecurity expert and keynote speaker at our upcoming customer conference Proofpoint Protect, reveals the danger of equating the word “hacker” with “bad guy.”
For many organizations, corporate email is their number one threat vector, as they continue to deal with a seemingly never-ending stream of targeted malicious attachments and URLs.
Each week we host a Threat of the Week webinar featuring a high-level look at interesting threats to help security teams navigate the attack landscape.
According to Verizon, email fraud accounts for more than 90% of enterprise attacks.
Each week we host a Threat of the Week webinar featuring a high-level look at interesting threats to help security teams navigate the attack landscape. Last week we explored Sentinel, Lazagne and Stripe and Square payment phishing.
Companies like yours are investing in cybersecurity tools more than ever as cyber criminals continue to outpace technology. Global spending on cybersecurity products and services, according to Cybersecurity Ventures, will exceed $1 trillion by 2021.
Microsoft Office 365 Attacks Circumvent Multi-Factor Authentication, Lead to Account Compromise and Wire Fraud
With an increasingly mobile workforce using cloud apps, the challenges faced by the IT and security teams have taken a new turn. As organizations move messaging and collaboration platforms from behind corporate networks to Office 365, they come under heavy attacks from cybercriminals.