SpamTitan Leading Secure Email Gateway Solution According to G2 Crowd
Apr15

SpamTitan Leading Secure Email Gateway Solution According to G2 Crowd

Selecting the best business security software can be a headache. Even when business leaders know exactly what they want from a software solution, choosing the right product can be difficult. After determining that a software solution ticks all the boxes and has all the required features, many businesses discover that it is a nightmare to use. When it comes to security software it is important to choose a solution that’s user friendly...

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New Email Security Services Launched by Cisco
Apr16

New Email Security Services Launched by Cisco

Cisco has announced the release of new email security services that provide better protection from phishing and spoofing attacks, while increasing the level of protection against malware, ransomware, cryptojacking, and fileless malware attacks. Virtually all endpoint security solutions block more than 99% of malware. The new updates are concerned with blocking some of the 1% of malware which are often not detected by security...

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Cisco Reports Fall in Exploit Kit Activity but Increase in Malware Delivery Via Email
Jul21

Cisco Reports Fall in Exploit Kit Activity but Increase in Malware Delivery Via Email

Exploit kit activity has fallen, but there has been a notable rise in the use of email as a vector for delivering malware, according to Cisco’s mid-year cybersecurity report.  The report also notes that IoT botnet activity has risen, as have Destruction of Services (DeoS) and Ransom Denial of Service (RDoS) attacks. Exploit kits were a major attack vector are have been extensively used to deliver malware. Exploit kits are installed on...

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Cisco 2017 Cybersecurity Report Highlights Major Attack Trends
Feb01

Cisco 2017 Cybersecurity Report Highlights Major Attack Trends

Cisco has published its 2017 cybersecurity report which provides insights into the major cyberattack trends and the main threats now facing companies. This is the tenth consecutive year that Cisco has produced the report, which this year was based on a survey of 3,000 CSOs and information security professionals from 13 countries, along with threat data gathered by Cisco Systems. The 110-page report goes into great detail about the...

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Cisco Email Security Appliance Flaws Patched
Oct26

Cisco Email Security Appliance Flaws Patched

On Wednesday this week, updated software was released to address nine Cisco email security appliance flaws. Cisco has not uncovered any evidence to suggest that any of the recently addressed flaws have actually been exploited in the wild, although users of its email security appliances have been advised to update to the latest version of its software at the earliest opportunity. The latest update resolves three Denial-of-Service flaws...

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Cisco Patches Critical Email Security Appliance Vulnerability
Sep28

Cisco Patches Critical Email Security Appliance Vulnerability

A critical flaw that could be exploited to gain full control of a Cisco Email Security appliance has been patched. The flaw – CVE-2016-6406 – affects Cisco’s testing and debugging interface on the IronPort AsyncOS operating system. The testing and debugging system is used by Cisco during the manufacturing process and should have been disabled on customer-available software releases. If an attacker connects to the debugging system, the...

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Organizations Unprepared for Next Generation of Ransomware, Says Cisco
Jul27

Organizations Unprepared for Next Generation of Ransomware, Says Cisco

Cisco has recently published its 2016 Midyear Cybersecurity Report which suggests many organizations are simply not equipped to deal with the next generation of ransomware. The use of ransomware by cybercriminals has increased significantly in recent months, with many new and sophisticated variants already been released. Locky and CryptXXX currently pose the biggest threat to organizations. Locky is delivered via malicious email...

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