Why should the financial services sector adopt a data classification strategy? Because more than nine out of ten (95%) of data breaches are financially motivated, according to this year’s Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report. Within the finance and insurance sector specifically, the rates were as high as 97% — no surprise there. However, what may […]
Feeling good about sending your business-critical files securely via managed file transfer (MFT)? You should. It’s a secure, streamlined way to get sensitive information from one place to another, with encryption embedded into the solution, automation features to help goofproof the process, and robust security applied to files both while they are in motion and
Global cybersecurity software and services provider Fortra today introduced a transformative advancement in email security with the launch of Cloud Email Protection. This integrated cloud email security (ICES) solution sets a new standard by seamlessly blending artificial intelligence, threat intelligence, and automated remediation to stop advanced threats that elude traditional defenses and make it through to corporate
A whopping 99% of email users check their email every day. Remote workers get about six times more emails than even their hybrid counterparts, and 37% of brands are increasing their email budget. As long as these numbers hold true, email-targeted attacks will continue to be a popular favorite of threat actors around the globe.
Organized ransomware isn’t slowing down – in fact, a group just discovered a month ago is already responsible for dozens of attacks – and they are experts at discovering weaknesses we miss. With so many sophisticated new security tools and so much stack investment, how do we continue to play catch-up to roving ransomware groups?
It’s a big world out there, and cybercriminals know you don’t have time for everything. A common fallacy is that they’re lurking in dark basements, bending their brands to maximum capacity to create highly sophisticated exploits that blow any current security system out of the water. More often than not, they’re not. Criminal hackers go