Conversation hijacking attacks come from trusted email accounts. So, how can they be stopped?
Email attacks are growing more sophisticated. This CISSP (certified information systems security professional) offers solutions and strategies MSPs should put in place to protect their clients.
There's no shortage of examples in the news demonstrating why your customers need email security. Don’t allow them to go unprotected.
Learn the importance of strategic partnerships, choosing the right platform, adapting your offerings to your customer base, and going into managed security services with your eyes wide open.
Newly discovered vulnerabilities put businesses of all sizes at risk — and the penalties for data breaches reach new levels.
Regulatory requirements, budget pressures, and a sparse talent pool has healthcare organizations outsourcing IT security. Is your business ready to meet the demand?
Which of these four email security products are best for you and your customers? XaaS Journal provides a detailed analysis of key features, costs, and considerations.
Malicious URL identification, cryptojacking blocking, and blacklisting processes may need a refresh based on new attack strategies.
Cybersecurity threats constantly change and evolve. Here’s a summary of some of the newest trends putting your clients at risk.
Which of these three email security products are best for you and your customers? XaaS Journal provides a detailed analysis of key features, costs, and considerations.
Email security features such as encryption, filtering and archiving make complying with email best security practices easier for users to follow and keep data and networks safe.
Avoid making these common errors of omission when you’re selling email security.
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