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Jun 5, 2019 | By Spambrella
Impostor email attacks are a growing trend and problem. Attackers will target your employees, customers, and business partners with these advanced attacks. It is now widely known that Cybercriminals aim to exploit users within organizations rather than the technology. Their sole purpose, to steal money and information which could prove financially valuable. Impostor email attacks also known as ‘business email compromise (BEC)‘ usually include attacks delivered by email spoofing or phishing.
Jun 4, 2019 | By Spambrella
Why are hackers increasing levels of Office 365 phishing attacks? This article will explain some key processes how and why Office 365 phishing attacks are a persistent and ever evolving threat. Additionally, why we may be arming our attackers with the exact same education as we provide our own users…
Mar 6, 2019 | By Spambrella
We are proud to announce the release of beta user interface 6.0 which will has been rolled out for general availability to all Spambrella partners/customers. All users can now try out the beta version of our new user interface experience by clicking ‘Preview Version 6.0 (BETA)’ located below the search bar on the upper right side of the existing user interface.
Feb 25, 2019 | By Spambrella
Year after year we look at the trends and likely scenarios which will shape the email security landscape. In 2019, radical reorganization of the cryptocurrency market may change the way threat actors make financial demands, while email fraud moves from spoofing identities to using stolen identities, making it more effective and harder to detect.
Dec 6, 2018 | By Spambrella
You’ve made the big decision to migrate to Microsoft Office 365. Its array of cloud collaboration makes this a great decision. Yet at the same time, Microsoft is also pitching Office 365 as a way to consolidate your security, compliance, and e-discovery platforms. It is promising advanced threat protection, data protection, and an online archive that’s all about privacy and meeting robust data-retention requirements. And it’s all included. How can you turn down that offer?