A bad data backup configuration recently exposed email spammers, gives security professionals an inside look at spam operations.
A new phishing report from Google Research makes it clear: Corporate inboxes lure the largest number of phishing and malware attacks.
The latest version of Sage ransomware was recently observed, and it's asking victims to pay $2,000 as part of its new campaign.
Few truly understand how spam filters work, but nearly every internet user benefits from the security they provide on a daily basis.
Sender Policy Framework and DomainKeys Identified Mail are two techniques that can be used to limit the amount of spam in inboxes.
Google's Gmail now alerts users when they receive unsecured, unencrypted and unauthenticated emails in an attempt to increase security awareness.
Mitigating malware is possible for smartphone and PC users who follow a few simple computing hygiene tips and security best practices.
New, free SSL encryption tests can show areas for improvement with regard to email protection and the best practices for maintaining application security.
Email services such as Google and Yahoo are joining the DMARC movement in order to cut down on the sophisticated spam that continues to plague users.
A webmail server vulnerability affecting Microsoft's Outlook Web Access may provide cybercriminals with an entry point into corporate networks.