Published By: Mimecast
Published Date: Dec 20, 2018
Relying on outdated solutions like Symantec Email Security (formerly MessageLabs) to defend your organization from email-borne attacks may be risky. Others in this position have suffered from spear-phishing, ransomware and even impersonation attacks.
To effectively defend against these advanced threats you need the latest protection techniques – something Mimecast delivers to tens of thousands of organizations already.
Join us for this 30 min webinar to learn:
• The damaging effects of ransomware, spear-phishing and impersonation attacks
• What defensive strategies and technologies you should employ
• Why your current Symantec Email Security solution may not be up to the task
• How to enhance your email security and overall cyber resilience
So-called "redirector" or "search engine" spam emerged in late 2007 and has now grown into a significant threat to businesses. In this new MessageLabs whitepaper, learn about the latest spammer ploy to get dangerous links past traditional defenses, and how MessageLabs delivers a proven, cost-effective solution.
Whether its spyware hidden amidst a seemingly innocuous download, a “spoofed” social networking identity, or phishing emails that gain access to valuable information, web and email-based security threats are more advanced and more covert than ever before. Learn how MessageLabs integrated web and email security services protect your business.
In this whitepaper, get a detailed look at dangerous robot networks or “botnets,” such as Sobig, StormWorm and MayDay. Understand how their creators are constantly evolving these threats to prevent detection by traditional forms of security. Finally, learn how the MessageLabs solution provides unique protection against botnets.
In order to better understand where spyware is going, or more importantly, where it’s evolved from, we actually need to wind the clock back a lot further than may be first imagined; in fact, over fifteen years. If we look at the embryonic stages of the anti-virus industry, around sixteen years ago there were the first boot-sector viruses. It has taken this time for viruses as we’ve traditionally known them to evolve towards the more commercially viable, or intellectual-property-theft status that we now associate with contemporary viruses, a fact not realized by many. This whitepaper goes in-depth to discuss the history of spyware and its evolving future.
In the underground digital economy, thousands of criminals conduct business in excess of $100 billion. In this whitepaper you’ll learn more about this highly specialized marketplace, and how it generates powerful tools to steal victims’ identities. You’ll also see why MessageLabs unique proprietary technology helps to disrupt this activity.
The Internet has proven to be a vital communications medium for worldwide commerce, but as an open and unprotected global network it can also present a wide range of threats that can cripple any business organization. Several years ago, most Internet threats were relatively benign examples of a young adolescent’s technical expertise but over time they have evolved into increasingly sophisticated domestic and foreign attacks that are designed to capture financial, personal, or strategic business information. Threats now come in the form of deliberately malicious acts, and exploitative opportunities for hackers and/or organized crime. The impact is serious, and the landscape of victims is getting broader every day. In response, no organization can afford to have its networks remain unprotected.
This white paper examines a Web security solution that gives companies the ability to monitor and enforce their Internet usage policies, bringing site monitoring and URL filtering together while insuring security with anti-virus and anti-spyware protection.
This industry report covers the email gateway market. Gartner, Inc. positions Gartner in the Leaders quadrant in its 2010 Magic Quadrant for Secure Email Gateways (anti-spam, anti-virus, outbound content filtering, email encryption, intrusion prevention).
This is the third part of a three-part white paper series. Part 3 describes how to move on from the basic controls and how each organization should decide which, of all the extra security controls available, are right to be brought in next.
What you don't know can destroy your business. It's hard to imagine modern business without the internet but in the last few years it has become fraught with danger. Internet crooks are the dotcom entrepreneurs of crime, using the power of computers and the interconnections of the network against innocent businesses to make money. Learn more today!
This White Paper explains what image spam is and how it tries to escape detection. But it also describes how the filter provided by MessageLabs hosted services uses subtle clues to expose image spam - and so delivers a cost-effective solution to what can be an irritating and business-compromising problem. Learn more today!
Based on a survey of 273 IT managers, we reveal the top ten web threats to business and outline a solution that uses MessageLabs Security Safeguard, why they matter and how to protect your business from each of them.
New spamming techniques are upon us - 419 spam, botnets, CAPTCHA cracking – what’s next from the 'bad guys'? Spam remains the biggest email-born threat to businesses. Learn how to protect your business. FREE Whitepaper (PDF/40KB)
Drawing the line between employee web usage and company policy is challenging for IT Managers. Download this whitepaper to help make informed decisions about your own web monitoring requirements FREE Whitepaper (PDF/40KB)
Uncontrolled internet use brings web-malware, malicious links and Trojans to the corporate network. Uncover the web security options available to your business. Choosing the right solution can be complicated. FREE Web-filtering Buyer’s Guide (PDF/40KB)
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