How Private Is Your Email?

There’s a lot to like about email. It’s fast, cheap, easy and reliable. With the touch of a button, you can simultaneously send messages or documents to dozens of contacts located just about anywhere on the planet. You can also use it to sort, file and filter important personal and professional information.

Encrypt Email to Guard Against Data Leaks

Fifty years after it was invented by an MIT engineer, email remains the world’s most popular business communication tool. Unfortunately, it is also the single greatest source of business data leakage.

A whopping 95 percent of IT leaders say that customer and company data is at risk on email, according to the 2021 Data Loss Prevention Report by the cybersecurity firm Egress.

6 Tips for Limiting Your Risk of Ransomware Attacks

Much like the coronavirus itself, virus-themed ransomware attacks are spreading relentlessly. However, there are several relatively simple steps you can take to flatten the curve of these malicious campaigns.

Cybercriminals commonly launch attacks designed to play on widespread fear and uncertainty during major world crises.

Outlook Adds End-to-End Email Encryption

Email is perhaps the original “killer app,” an application so effective and easy to use that it sparked the rise of the personal computer and the spread of the Internet. Today it is the de facto standard for business communication with more than 4 billion email accounts worldwide generating nearly 200 billion messages every day.

Messaging on the Rise, but Email Remains Relevant

In a 2011 survey of more than 1,400 CIOs, more than half said they believed real-time communication technologies such as instant messaging and text messaging would overtake classic email within five years. That hasn’t happened, and may actually be even less likely today than it was back then.

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