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.
85% of Organizations Targeted By At Least One Business Email Compromise (BEC) Attack in Q1 2017, Up 10% from Q4 2016
Business email compromise (BEC) threats maliciously spoof trusted relationships – such as executives or business partners – to trick people within an organization into sending money or sensitive information to t
CRN, a brand of The Channel Company, recently recognized Proofpoint’s Molly Foley, director of Channel and Field Marketing, as part of its prestigious 2017 Women of the Channel list.
Cybercriminals are evolving their strategies to target your people, rather than your infrastructure—and that trend extends to business email compromise (BEC) attacks, which recently incr
I remember sitting in a boardroom on a Monday morning with the CISO of a bio engineering firm along with several members of his security and legal staff. He had recently contacted me requesting incident response (IR) assistance following a call from the FBI.
Worldwide WannaCry Ransomware Attack Hits 99+ Countries, Proofpoint Researchers Significantly Reduce Impact
The recent WannaCry ransomware attack, that has hit 99+ countries, would have been much larger had it not been for the early actions of both a UK cybersecurity researcher who blogs for
FBI Reports Business Email Compromise (BEC) Scams Result in $5 Billion+ Losses Worldwide; How to Immediately Cut Your Risk
Last week, the FBI issued a new report that business email compromise (BEC) losses have reached more than $5 billion worldwide, which is a significant jump from the FBI’s April and June 2016 reports which called out $
Every day more than 1,500 Proofpoint employees worldwide work to keep organizations protected from the latest cyber threats—and that mission also extends into philanthropic efforts as our global offices work to better our communities.
At a recent financial services event, leading cyber security experts explored how employees using social media can enable a cyber-attack at your firm.