How to Make Time For Strategic Thinking
As a busy executive, you have nearly unlimited demands on your time. Making the most of it is always smart.
Researchers Find ‘eFail’ Threat to Email Privacy
Vulnerabilities in the popular PGP and S/MIME email encryption standards could expose plaintext versions of messages to attackers.
Deloitte Confirms Hack Breached Email System
The hack may have compromised confidential client data and is “a deep embarrassment for Deloitte," which itself provides cybersecurity services.
The Corporatization of Cyber Crime
Cyber crime groups are increasingly operating like traditional businesses. Will this new professionalism lead to more attacks on companies?
U.K. Email Security Firm to Go Public in U.S.
Mimecast's IPO comes as businesses seek to secure their computer networks following a string of high-profile data breaches.
Email Communication Still Ubiquitous: Survey
'We found that Americans are practically addicted to email,' says Adobe.
Hackers Target Finance Department of Networking Firm
Hackers duped the company, Ubiquiti Networks, into transferring money to accounts overseas.
Amazon Unveils Corporate Email Service
Amazon Web Services will try to grab a slice of the corporate email market with the cloud-based Workmail.
Stress Reducer: Ignore Your Inbox
Workers who limited their email checking to three times a day experienced significantly lower stress, found one study.
Criminals Posing as CFOs to Commit Wire Fraud
They hack into companies' email, pretend to be senior executives and direct employees to make bogus financial transactions.