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Yahoo data breach: Gemalto, Digital Shadows and TeleSign experts chime in
Gemalto called 2014 'the year of mega breaches'. Digital Shadows comments on breach severity factors. TeleSign recommends two-factor authentication.
Spark kicks Yahoo to the kerb; teams with SMX to bring Xtra email back to Kiwi soil
Spark says it's bringing its email services 'home', as it will be dropping the Yahoo-owned Xtra email service & moving to Kiwi-owned SMX.
We ditched staff email addresses — and got amazing results
Would you be surprised to hear that the latest email trend involves getting rid of email altogether?
What is Cloud email archiving and why should you have it?
Modern business lives in email. It’s true today and is likely to be true for many years to come. So why should you be using Cloud email archiving?
Do you know how to spot and destroy that BEC scam?
Business email compromise scams, also known as CEO fraud, is a huge problem in 2016. How can you spot one and what should you do about it?
Misconfigured email servers open the door to spoofed emails from top domains
"Email has become a system that is very essential to our lives, but it was designed in 1982. The threats we see today were not obvious at that time."
Security strategy: Protecting email is essential
It’s a fact of life. Most hacks, data breaches and malware intrusions start with a simple email, which is why protecting email is essential.
Business Email Compromise hacks cost enterprises $2.3 billion
Compromised business emails have caused 17,642 enterprises worldwide to lose at least $2.3 billion, a new research paper from Trend Micro says.
Protecting email is essential to your security strategy
Fortinet’s Gary Gardiner explains why email security is perhaps the most cost-effective network protection you can deploy.
FirstWave tackles $3 billion enterprise issue
“The solution we've developed is designed to detect and block various ‘whaling’ attacks, specifically to protect a company’s C-Level executives."
Check Point rolls out email protection solution for Office 365 users
“Enterprises are increasingly at risk of falling victim to a targeted email attack, and hackers’ methods are constantly evolving."
How safe are your emails? An expert breakdown
Since the concept of email was first floated in the 60s, it has exploded onto the scene, becoming an absolutely crucial part of everyday business.
Email prime target for cyber attacks, FirstWave responds with domain filter
"This new filter has been designed to deflect and block sophisticated email phishing threats targeting the wider attack surface of email users."
Customer story: Taking charge of more than 17 million emails, 900 mailboxes and 700 users
Environment Canterbury has been using GFI Archiver for more than a decade, allowing users access to historical mail from any machine at any time.
Aussie companies failing when it comes to email marketing
“Despite embracing email marketing, most Australian companies aren’t making the most of opportunities to genuinely connect with customers.”
Veritas launches dedicated data centre in Australia
"Veritas’ expansion of its local data centre footprint will go a long way in serving our Australian customers’ needs and preferences."
Superior customer service aim of the game with new Verizon solution
“Verizon is focused on enabling enterprises to transform customer experience, especially as more business is conducted online."
The man who put the '@' in your email dies aged 74
Raymond Tomlinson, the pioneer of modern email has passed away at the age of 74.
Aussie businesses aware of email threats, but are they prepared?
"Australian respondents indicate they have experienced the highest levels of attacks/breaches compared to other markets."
Ticket to success? Getting to know your customers
"Once this process is complete you can make fact-based predictions and decisions about where to allocate resources. Then, the sky is the limit."
No surprises here: Microsoft and Google top cloud email vendors
"Although it is still early days for cloud email adoption, both Microsoft and Google have achieved significant traction among enterprises."
'Dangerous' email scam targets Australians
"The scam has increased in sophistication over time, using anti-virus defeating techniques and encryption, which makes it harder to stop the threat."
Cyber criminals continue to target email: How you can stay safe
"Email remains the central mechanism for communications in both work and personal settings, transferring significant amounts of sensitive data."
Kiwi start-up aims to revolutionise email
A new Kiwi start-up has launched an email service with a wide range of features, competitive pricing, and a focus on client integration.