23 phrases that can turn e-mail into evidence

If users aren’t careful, their e-mails can get them and their companies in a lot of trouble. Take it from the folks at Lehman Brothers.

Scammers push phony Windows 7 ‘Compatibility Checker’

If your users are getting e-mails telling them to test their computers for Windows 7 compatibility, warn them not to click on anything — it’s part of a new scam to infect machines with malware.

6 ways to keep data safe on public WiFi networks

These days, employees want to be able to work from anywhere at any time. That can be good for productivity, but terrible for data security.

What e-mail attachments are most likely malicious?

Though computer users should be wary of all e-mail attachments, there’s one type that’s especially dangerous: