The distributed, virtual nature of e-commerce gives exceptionally good cover for spear phishing hackers.
An HR department has a tangential, but quite important relationship with IT. What should HR managers know about spear phishing? And what can — or should — they do about it?
A high-profile breach triggered by spear phishing will be judged “bad for the brand,” but what does that mean? What is the actual dollar cost of the damage a spear phishing attack does to a brand? We break it down for you.
Spear Phishing represents a huge threat to government security. Governments at all levels need to deploy specialized anti-phishing technology to protect their networks and their people.
Cases of phishing and spear phishing in the defense industries are rapidly increasing. How to defend against the growing email security threat.
If a spear phishing attack results in a data breach or other embarrassing disclosures, you are going to get sued. The question, of course, is how much will the legal fallout cost your business?
Spear phishing attacks can be costly. Business impacts include cash settlements of litigation, loss of intellectual property, reputation damage and regulatory penalties.
Banks and money transfer firms received over 40% of phishing attacks in the second half of 2014.
Unlike Spam, Graymail are solicited and legitimate marketing e-mails (newsletters, ads, event reminders, social networks notifications…). In the business world, it is responsible for 50% of all emails in a user’s primary inbox. It’s time to clean it all up, with Vade Secure’s unique Graymail management solution. Vade Secure Unveils Next-Generation Email Management To [...]