Don’t press ‘send’ just yet: 10 things you should never put in writing

You know what should and shouldn’t be put in an email, but your staff may not be as aware of the risks.

Email fraud: Protect your business from major losses

Email attacks are more prevalent than ever, and it’s likely your business will face one if it hasn’t already.

Emails may not be safe due to encryption flaw

Two email encryption tools may expose info to attackers. Read on for more info.

Prevent email fraud with blockchain technology

Email fraud is more prevalent than ever, especially with phishing scams coming primarily through email.

New Gmail tool creates email expiration dates

For those worried about sending sensitive info over email, Google has a solution. Its new confidential mode for Gmail will let G Suite business users set expiration dates for emails that contain sensitive data.

76% of organizations struck by phishing attacks in 2017

Phishing attacks remain one of the most common security risks for IT professionals and organizations, according to a new report from Wombat Security.

Watch out for this new I-9 scam

Watch out for emails from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) asking about employees’ I-9 forms – they’re most likely a scam.

Massive spambot hoards over 711 million email address

A researcher uncovered a spamming operation that uses a list of some 711.5 million email addresses.

IT pros still have email security concerns

While everyone waits patiently for email’s replacement technology, IT pros don’t have the luxury of looking forward. They’re still worried about how they’ll secure the ubiquitous technology so that it’s (relatively) safe to use.

Think email threats are a thing of the past? Think again

With advanced zero-day attacks and exploit kits grabbing headlines, you might think that spam and other email threats were falling out of favor with hackers. But these attacks are still popular, partly because they’re such effective and cheap ways to get valuable data.