Business Email Security Updates Critical to Keep Pace with Emerging Threats

By |2024-02-21T16:34:23-05:00February 21st, 2024|article, blog, Cyber-Security, Email Management Tips, Email security|

Cyber criminals love email. Everyone uses it. Businesses depend on it. And threat actors successfully use email as an attack vector over and over again. In fact, over 90 percent of malware arrives via email. Hackers have upped their cyber attack strategies, but business email security often lags behind. Organizations must modernize their security practices. Business Email Security Predictions for 2024 To build an effective defense, security teams need to know the nature of the dangers they face. Experts have identified several key email threats for 2024, including the following: More sophisticated phishing attacks – Phishing attacks continue to evolve.

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Phishing in 2024: What the Lures Look Like and How Not to Get Caught

By |2024-02-14T00:19:09-05:00February 14th, 2024|AI, article, blog, Email security|

In the old days (that is, a couple of years ago), grammar mistakes and clumsy attempts to personalize signaled a possible phishing attack. Unwary users still got caught, but common sense and email filters provided pretty good protection. Phishing in 2024 has evolved to a more dangerous level, and both users and organizations need to strengthen their defenses. Recent studies show an alarming increase in phishing attacks. A study by Acronis, for instance, reports an increase of over 200% in email attacks just in the last six months. Despite being one of the oldest attack vectors, email remains one of

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Microsoft Defender for Office 365 Delivers Powerful, Integrated Email Security

By |2024-01-31T15:26:52-05:00January 31st, 2024|Cyber-Security, Email Management Tips, Microsoft 365, Office 365 and Migration|

The modern workplace continues to depend on email for essential business communication. However, this versatile tool also exposes organizations to dangerous cyber threats. Microsoft Defender for Office 365 includes the tools necessary to prevent, detect, and respond to attacks on email and collaboration tools. Utilizing AI and machine learning, Defender for Office 365 analyzes billions of signals and detects even highly sophisticated cyber threats. It also integrates with other Microsoft security solutions, including Microsoft Defender XDR and Microsoft Sentinel. This unified security operations platform provides protection across the organization’s digital landscape. Prevent and Detect Attacks More than 90 percent of

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How to Whitelist Email in Office 365 Security and Compliance

By |2023-07-28T08:14:05-04:00July 26th, 2023|Cyber-Security, Email Management Tips, Email Policy, Office 365 and Migration|

Whitelisting allows selected email addresses or domains to bypass spam filters and reach the intended recipients. Knowing how to whitelist email in Office 365 Security and Compliance ensures that important messages from trusted senders are not blocked or marked as junk by Security and Compliance features. Improve Deliverability, Visibility, and User Experience Whitelisting improves the deliverability and visibility of important messages from trusted senders, such as customers, partners, vendors, or internal communications. It also reduces the risk of missing or overlooking critical information due to spam filtering or user actions, such as deleting or ignoring junk mail. Whitelisting also enhances

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