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Police Phishing Attack Targets Bank Credentials

by Magni Reynir Sigurðsson

Phishing Security Research & Analysis Threat Analysis

An email impersonating the Icelandic police was sent to thousands of Icelanders this past weekend, falsely requesting the recipient come in for questioning.

Survey Says 44% of Companies Phished This Year

by John Callon

Email Security Phishing Ransomware Security Research & Analysis Web Security

The third annual Cyren-Osterman Research U.S. security survey shows a significant increase in phishing emails getting through to users and in the number of successful phishing attacks suffered by businesses during the past 12 months, among many topics covered in the 16-page report, "IT Security at SMBs: 2017 Benchmarking Survey", available for free download.

The EU GDPR has generated renewed interest in email archiving

by Duncan Mills

Email Security Industry Insights Security Research & Analysis

Whatever business you are in, the EU GDPR is likely having an impact on your organisation. GDPR is a regulation which applies to anyone doing business in or with Europe. If you process the personal information of EU subjects you need to comply. The introduction of GDPR has forced organisations of all sizes to re-think their data governance processes, which is generating a renewed interest in email archiving.

What does GDPR compliance mean to you?

by Ben Carmi

Industry Insights Security Research & Analysis

On May 25th 2018 the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect. 

Exposure of car manufacturers’ data underscores risks posed by suppliers

by Duncan Mills

Email Security Industry Insights Security Research & Analysis Web Security

A single vendor can cause significant damage to multiple businesses in the wider supply chain, with breaches affecting customers, partners, and suppliers.

Cryptocurrency Exchange Targeted by Fake Phishing Site

by Maharlito Aquino and Kervin Alintanahin

Email Security Phishing Security Research & Analysis Web Security

Criminals gain access to cryptocurrency wallets and exchanges using phishing, ransomware, the creation of imitation wallets, and bitcoin-stealing malware.