Keeping Your Organizations Email Security Intact

Keeping Your Organizations Email Security Intact

Incidents of malware infection have been so regular that they are no more news to organizations worldwide. A single system infection is still within the control of the IT Security teams, but when it occurs at a significant scale, it can prove spine-breaking for the organization. Hence, there need to be contingency plans to counter it even before it comes to such a stage. Organizations must prepare a robust malware incident response plan and keep it ready for immediate implementation.

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A Guide To Email Blasting Using Outbound SMTP

A Guide To Email Blasting Using Outbound SMTP

Understanding What Is An Email Blast

The concept of ‘Email Blast’ is the cornerstone of Email Marketing. It is a phrase that relates to the act of shooting a single email message (which is generally a promotional message informing the recipients about a new product or offer) to addresses on huge email lists concurrently. Despite email blasts being helpful and time-efficient, lack of competent strategic planning makes it a risky activity at times. How can a promotional email regarding a dieting offer appear appealing to a client who is a big-time food-lover and is always hunting for attractive food offers? Such blunders often occur, and that is where you need to reframe your thinking process and change the strategies.

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How To Protect Your Bank Account From Hacking

How To Protect Your Bank Account From Hacking

Today, we are in the digital age, where advanced technology makes everything easier. The advantage digitalization offers to organizations is especially remarkable. Organizations like banks that had to deal with millions of people and billions of transactions daily can now manage a large proportion of their customers online. As a result, online banking is gaining in popularity, thanks in part to the convenience it accords the customers.

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Cyber Security News Update – Week 30 of 2021

Cyber Security News Update – Week 30 of 2021

The cyber headlines are once again crowded with news of attacks, patches, mergers, and data theft. Here are the top global cybersecurity updates of this week to help you keep abreast of the latest happenings in the cyber world so you can learn from the mistakes of others and adopt cybersecurity practices in advance and keep your critical data from falling into the hands of cyber adversaries.

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Why Your Organization Needs Cloud Email Security

Why Your Organization Needs Cloud Email Security

A 2020 study revealed that email is a major cloud attack vector in the corporate world. Organizations of various sizes and specializations are threatened daily with spam, malicious emails, and emails containing malicious links. Such attacks are successful because it is easy to entice humans to click links and open attachments without due diligence. This makes it the easiest way to breach an organization’s security infrastructure.

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How MSPs Can Make Sure They Adhere To Compliance Requirements For Themselves & Their Clients

How MSPs Can Make Sure They Adhere To Compliance Requirements For Themselves & Their Clients

The good news for MSPs is that there has never been a tremendous demand for regulatory knowledge as it is today. Market research reported that global managed service offerings spending would grow to more than $296 billion by 2023.

Regulatory compliance has been an abstract idea rather than a foundational concept for most MSPs. These matters have only been heard of in MSP conferences, summits, and forums. However, they are now gaining significance among clients.

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Email Security Best Practices And Standards Organizations Must Implement

Email Security Best Practices And Standards Organizations Must Implement

The digital age has witnessed emails emerge as one of the most original and popular methods for online correspondence. Regardless of the size of an enterprise, email security continues to be a concern. In 2017, the number of email users across the globe was around 3.7 billion. This figure is likely to rise to 4.3 billion by 2022. Besides, malicious actors have close to 300 billion emails dispatched around cyberspace to target each day. Without a robust line of defense, an organization would always be in the shadow of an attack from adversaries. Phishing attempts, ransomware attacks, malicious attachments, and links continue to exploit the vulnerabilities.

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Cyber Security News Update – Week 28 of 2021

Cyber Security News Update – Week 28 of 2021

You may be familiar with a few cyberattack strategies that the adversaries usually employ; however, if you haven’t been following current trends, you would be surprised by how innovative threat actors have become and the sophisticated methodologies they use to rob you of your credentials. Targeted phishing attacks and customized attack schemes make it difficult to stay safe on the web without using robust cybersecurity tools. Here are this week’s latest security updates which help you learn more.

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The Latest Threat To Your Organizational Email Security: VPN Attacks

The Latest Threat To Your Organizational Email Security: VPN Attacks

With the rampaging virus and a restriction on movement, most staff have started to work from home. While this change has led to a successful fight against the virus, it has given IT Security teams a lot to work on. A widespread workforce and spread-out security protocols have led to systems and networks becoming increasingly vulnerable to cyber threats like spear-phishing, BEC, etc. Moreover, most enterprises moving to the cloud created an open field for both the victim and the perpetrator.

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