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Press releases, news stories and media highlights about Proofpoint

May 27, 2016

IT Business Canada: Runkeeper data leak exposes privacy concerns for avid app users

IT Business Canada discusses the recent Runkeeper app data leak with David Jevans, Proofpoint’s vice president of Mobile Security. 

May 27, 2016

ThreatPost: Cybercrime Hit Business Hardest in 2015, Says IC3 Report

ThreatPost interviews Proofpoint’s Ryan Kalember on the 2015 FBI Internet Crime Report and the BEC threat facing organizations. 

May 25, 2016

Category Five Technology TV: Your Smartphone May Be Spying On You

Category Five Technology TV interviews Proofpoint’s Dave Jevans regarding malicious mobile applications. 

May 13, 2016

AARP: Top Phishing Scams on Social Media

AARP covers Proofpoint’s research on the top phishing scams on social media.

May 12, 2016

Credit Union Times: Ransomware and Business Phishing Dominate 2016

Credit Union Times dives deep into findings from Proofpoint’s Quarterly Threat Summary.

May 12, 2016

SC Magazine: AbaddonPOS malware preys on retail POS software

SC Magazine covers Proofpoint’s findings that point-of-sale (POS) malware is still a clear and present danger

May 11, 2016

Motherboard: This Ransomware Is Evolving Too Quickly for the Good Guys to Keep Up

Motherboard covers Proofpoint’s discovery that cybercriminals have updated CryptXXX ransomware to prevent current decryption tools from unlocking victims’ files. 

May 11, 2016

Ars Techncia: No more get-out-of-jail-free card for CryptXXX ransomware victims

Ars Techncia covers Proofpoint’s discovery that cybercriminals have updated CryptXXX ransomware to evade current decryption tools.

May 10, 2016

CSO Online: Ransomware: New CryptXXX variant defeats Kaspersky decryption tool

CSO Online dives deep into Proofpoint’s discovery that cybercriminals have updated CryptXXX ransomware to render decryption tools ineffective. 

May 09, 2016

SC Magazine: Bad guys update 7ev3n and CryptXXX ransomware

SC Magazine covers Proofpoint’s discovery that cybercriminals have updated CryptXXX ransomware to further target users.

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