In recent months, security researchers have identified Punycode attacks as part of malvertising and phishing campaigns targeting both individual users and major email providers.
Security vulnerabilities stemming from improper handling of non-ASCII characters in email headers could enable fraudsters to launch spoofing attacks.
Owners of small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) should follow these IT security best practices to protect their data and gain a competitive advantage.
A malware researcher uncovered a spamming operation that compromised more than 711 million email addresses, the largest known data breach of its kind.
A new vulnerability called ROPEMAKER could enable threat actors to replace a benign URL with a malicious one after an email has already been sent.
To protect their users from spam and phishing attacks, security professionals should adopt a basic, layered approach to email security.
A new spear phishing campaign leverages a series of malicious emails to target and compromise Russian-speaking enterprises via hidden backdoors.
Security leaders must defend sensitive enterprise information from both external actors and negligent insiders who might accidentally cause a data breach.
Marketers use email tracking pixels to evaluate their campaigns, but cybercriminals have repurposed the technology to conduct recon on potential victims.
The IBM X-Force Exchange includes an email inbox feature that cuts down on information overload and enables analysts to easily share threat intelligence.