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Sep 18, 2019
Five reasons you need enhanced email security in Office 365

It’s estimated that 70% of enterprise organizations  will move to Office 365 (O365) by 2021. It’s a robust platform that provides users with a variety of communication and collaboration applications, as well as the ability to save and store. Research also shows  t...

Sep 4, 2019
Taking a CARTA approach to email security

Gartner introduced its "continuous adaptive risk and trust assessment" (CARTA) approach to security in 2017 as a response to the ever-changing threat landscape faced by digital businesses. The approach focuses on helping organizations detect and prev...

Aug 9, 2019
What we learned at Black Hat USA 2019

From Microsoft’s $300,000 bounty program for those able to successfully hack its Azure public-cloud infrastructure, to the latest applications for the Internet of Things, this week Black Hat USA put its finger on the pulse of security and development in 2019. The ...

Jul 15, 2019
The 10 most common email mistakes

When was the last time you made a mistake with when sending an email? With 269 billion emails sent every day, it’s no surprise that email mistakes are a common cause of embarrassment, business inefficiency and data breaches. Chosen from conversations with global e...

Jul 5, 2019
Disable autocomplete in Outlook - are you sure?

Microsoft Outlook is the default application that employees spend most of their working day using. Microsoft has consequently continued to evolve Outlook over time to provide a richer and more integrated email experience for end users, adding functionality lik...

Jul 2, 2019
Re-thinking insider threats: Where traditional DLP won’t stop a leak

I recently read about McAfee launching a lawsuit against three former employees, alleging they conspired to steal trade secrets on behalf of their new employer. These individuals are accused of moving to the competitor and exfiltrating business sensitive documents ...

May 7, 2019
What does 'insider threat' mean?

Author: Ian Murphy.  There is a saying among security professionals that 'every breach starts with an insider'. To a great degree, this is true but the reality is that there are many nuances to it. The statement also paints an extremely bleak pic...

Apr 24, 2019
Egress Risk Insight: our cybersecurity consultancy service

We recently talked about why we take a people-centric approach to data security. To follow up, let’s look at what else we’re doing to help organizations protect data and manage people risk. As a data security technology company, we’ve spent over ...

Apr 16, 2019
Why do people cause data breaches?

Data has become one of the world’s most valuable assets – so, unsurprisingly, protecting it from a multitude of risks remains a continual challenge. Over the last five years, headline-grabbing incidents have demonstrated the potential implications of a...

Apr 10, 2019
Frazzled employees, email overload – and one stressed click from risk

I recently read this on-point article about email overload and its impacts. The report implies, unsurprisingly, that too many emails can be a productivity killer in enterprises, and too much time spent sending and receiving can be a real drain. But there&rsquo...

Apr 5, 2019
Are you ready for submitting your HIPAA breach reports to HHS? We’re just passed the March 1st Deadline

Any small US healthcare organization that’s suffered a breach in 2018 had to notify HHS by March 1st 2019, which just rolled past.  That’s many impacted entities when we look at the HHS statistics and public reports, with a surprising number from simple email mist...

Apr 4, 2019
Egress next-gen email security: Why people-centric?

You may have heard about some new tools in the Egress platform that have just been released. Perhaps you watched a webinar or video, or read a datasheet. Egress Risk-based Protection and Smart Authentication tackle an ongoing email security problem: one-size-f...

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