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How Do You Know Your Email Security Is Working?

by Duncan Mills

Email Security

When was the last time you assessed the effectiveness of your email security infrastructure? Email is the main vehicle for introducing malware into an organization, so it is imperative that you do so — but it is difficult, so lots of people don’t. Here at Cyren we know how eye-opening such an evaluation can be, because during September and October, an average 10.5% of email reaching users protected by a number of email security products was spam or contained a threat. 

Cyren Adds Email Archiving To SaaS Security Platform

by Duncan Mills

Email Security

The Cyren Email Archiving service protects business messages and simplifies regulatory compliance. The service is offered as part of Cyren’s enterprise security platform, which integrates web security, email security, DNS security, cloud sandboxing and now, email archiving, on a single globally-operated Security-as-a-Service platform.

Survey Finds Security Investment Increasing, But Not Security

by John Callon

Email Security Security Research & Analysis Web Security

This Cyren-Osterman Research US security survey shows a disconnect between rising IT security spending and a low level of confidence in current protection.

Ransomware-as-a-Service Is Making Crime Easy

by John Callon

Email Security Malware Ransomware Web Security

It shouldn’t surprise anybody to learn that cybercriminals are taking their lead from some established business service models, like "Satan," an easy-to-use online ransomware configuration service.

Trickbot Banking Trojan Making Phishing More Real

by Igor Glik & Magni Reynir Sigurðsson

Email Security Malware Phishing Threat Analysis

Learn about how the new and improved Trickbot works and read Cyren's Trickbot malware analysis. Protect your credentials and security codes!

Petya Ransomware Spreading Fast With Same WannaCry Exploit

by Magni Reynir Sigurðsson

Email Security Malware Ransomware Security Research & Analysis Web Security

The Petya ransomware outbreak spreading fast today is using ETERNALBLUE, the same exploit used in the WannaCry ransomware attack in May, which was developed by the U.S. National Security Agency.