Cisco plans to make its third tuck-in cybersecurity acquisition of 2023 to protect email, cloud office applications and enterprise communications through natural language understanding. Cisco will take advantage of Armorblox's predictive and generative AI to help customers bolster their security.
Cisco Security Executive Vice President and General Manager Jeetu Patel said the industry struggles to address multifaceted attacks that originate in email and include bad links, malware downloads to a device and more. Cyber defenders need correlated data from multiple sources of telemetry, he said.
Expel, CrowdStrike and Red Canary held steady atop Forrester's MDR rankings, while Secureworks and Binary Defense tumbled from the leaders category. Providers have turned their attention from maximizing their efficacy at detecting ransomware to finding faster and better ways to respond to attacks.
Data443 has bought Cyren's threat intelligence, URL categorization and email security technology out of bankruptcy for up to $3.5 million. Buying Cyren's anti-spam, virus outbreak detection, IP reputation, URL filtering and Threat InDepth data feeds will boost Data443's existing product portfolio.
While historically the origin of most business email compromise (BEC) attacks has been West Africa, residing in Nigeria certainly isn’t a requirement for BEC attackers. Indeed, the subject of this report is a sophisticated threat group based in Israel.
The group is unique in that they impersonate executives and...
Email is your most essential business tool—and today’s top malware delivery vector. This vital communications channel has become fertile ground for today's most damaging cyber threats and all kinds of fraud. Because email threats inherently target people, an effective cybersecurity program focuses on people first....
Every year, threat actors look for new tactics to outwit victims and bypass defenses. And 2022 was no different. As businesses rolled out new security controls, cyber criminals found new, sophisticated ways to attack people.
In our ninth annual State of the Phish report, we dive deep into complex new techniques...
Frost & Sullivan has once again recognized Proofpoint as the market leader in growth and innovation in the global email security market.
Email is the No. 1 threat vector for cyber attacks. And email security vendors are enhancing their strategies and products to stay ahead of these threats. This report benchmarks...
Business email compromise, end-user education, forensic archiving and recovery can be confounding to SMBs that lack the resources for a traditional secure email gateway. The rise of cloud-based email offerings means that SMBs can now get the same level of email protection without using a gateway.
Check Point's product sales have taken their biggest nosedive since 2018 as customers extend sales cycles and postpone projects while prospects decline to buy new products. The company said businesses have increasingly delayed product refresh projects since November in an effort to tighten budgets.
What is the role of payment intermediaries when fraud takes place? How much are they working with banks to reduce risks from payment fraud? Anuj Bhansali, head of trust and safety at PhonePe, discusses the payment fraud landscape in India and steps to reduce authorized push payment fraud.
Watch this 45-minute webinar and listen to the conversation where we delve into current threat trends and provide real-world examples of these attacks, enabling you to better prepare for and safeguard your most valuable assets: your data and your people.
The scary fact is that human error is a contributing factor in more than 90% of breaches, and even the world’s most successful organizations have significant weaknesses in their cybersecurity defenses. With so many technical controls in place hackers are still getting through to your end users, making them your last...
A hacking group with apparent ties to Russia or Belarus has been using "simple yet effective attack techniques and tools" to gain access to multiple governments' email systems as part of apparent cyberespionage operations in support of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, researchers warn.
Studies indicate that on average most enterprises use 25 to 49 security tools sourced from up to 10 different vendors. To make this environment easier to manage, CISOs should adopt an integrated approach driven by consolidation and automation, says Microsoft's Terence Gomes.