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How Automation Is Changing Email Security

Various people have been declaring the death of email for years now. Not only has it not died, but if anything, email is going stronger than ever in 2020. There is simply no better way to communicate asynchronously with business associates.


How Painful Is Encryption Key Management at Your Company?

In a survey of several thousand IT professionals across a dozen countries, 57% of respondents said that encryption key management at their company was “painful.” In a similar study, the risk and cost associated with key management was, on average, rated a seven out of 10. Those percentages change from year to year, but as the importance of encryption becomes increasingly obvious across different sectors, the total number of businesses dealing with serious encryption key pain is only going to go up.


What Can Your Company Do to Fight CEO Fraud (Hint: Encrypt Your Emails)

With the current world-wide coronavirus pandemic, more people are working from outside the safety of their usual secure corporate networks. This opens your company up to a whole slew of new hacks and security concerns. Fortunately, there are options when it comes to locking down access to your proprietary data and internal systems.


How to Secure a Digital Workplace

The rapid spread of the coronavirus around the world is causing lightning-fast changes in almost all areas of our lives, and it can be hard for even the most diligent newsreaders to keep pace. As with any volatile situation, hackers are exploiting the fears and confusion over the virus to perpetrate phishing scams and gain access to sensitive information—but this isn’t a typical, run-of-the-mill crisis: on the one hand, things are so serious that some hackers have actually promised not to launch new ransomware attacks against any healthcare targets during the pandemic—on the other, the US is warning of an ‘unprecedented’ wave of coronavirus scams already in the works.


How Automation Can Fight Off Business Email Compromise

Of all the ways a hacker can gain access to your confidential business information, Business Email Compromise, or BEC, is one of the least well understood in the business community. There are many reasons for this, among them a lack of understanding of the role social engineering plays and the myriad ways a hacker can ‘obtain’ a legitimate company email address to use to launch their attack.