Many organizations have invested in email fraud education for employees and consumers.
Highly-targeted, low volume business email compromise (BEC) scams are one of the biggest threats to companies today.
Regulated industries such as healthcare and financial services have stringent requirements about how they communicate with the public. How does this square with the concept of “employee advocacy”, where firms encourage their employees to share news of their firm on social media?
Recently, Dr. Ian Levy, director of the UK’s new National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) provided a preview of key initiatives included in the government’s new cyber security strategy.
Financial services firms in the European Union (EU) have followed a common regulatory framework, Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID), since 2007.
Media Companies at Risk as Clinton/Trump Election Nears: Social Media Account Hacks, Malicious Content and Social Mob Attacks
As we near Election Day, media companies are at risk as a well-timed hack could distribute misinformation, impact election coverage, or even spark violence in the politically charged atmosphere of this election cycle.
Today, Proofpoint is pleased to announce its partnership with the Global Cyber Alliance (GCA).
If you asked me that question last month, I would said a cybercriminal needed to launch extensive email campaigns with tens of millions of messages each day and in a few months they might hit 10 million malware installations.
If National Cyber Security Awareness Month wasn’t enough to draw attention to today’s cyber threats, recent headlines might do the job.
We last wrote about angler phishing social media scams this summer when hackers used fake social media accounts to target PayPal customers and steal