The Email Security Blog

The Mechanics of Impersonation Attacks

Last week one of our channel managers, Brian Byrne, joined ConnectWise over in the UK for their roadshows. These events visited Newcastle, Reading, and Manchester and brought ConnectWise and a few select vendors together to help inform MSPs about the … Read More

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Whitelisting Your Own Domain

The Problem with Whitelisting Your Own Domain

Email security services have continued to improve their defenses to protect their customers from the ever-evolving advanced threats that appear in users’ inbox. These defenses have grown to include threat intelligence, machine learning, impersonation detection, and more. While companies employing … Read More

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Horizon 2020 Press Release

PROTECTIVE H2020 Project Celebrates 1 Year in Operation

PROTECTIVE H2020 Project Celebrates 1 Year in Operation The Email Laundry brings Threat Intelligence Expertise to Improve Project Data Kildare, Ireland, September 2017 – The PROTECTIVE project is a European Horizon 2020 project aiming to provide security teams, with a … Read More

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Master of Science (by Research) Computing Department, Letterkenny Institute of Technology

  Email Anomaly Detection A collaborative applied research project between The Email Laundry and the Letterkenny Institute of Technology leading to an MSc in Computing. The project, Email Anomaly Detection, will define a baseline behaviour for email at a System … Read More

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SANS Threat Landscape

[Infographic] SANS Threat Landscape Survey

The SANS Institute Threat Landscape 2017 highlighted the importance of email security for business in today’s ever connected world. As attacks continue to advance, organizations need to ensure they are doing everything they can to protect themselves. See what the … Read More

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comptia channelcon

CompTIA ChannelCon 2017

CompTIA ChannelCon offers intensive industry training, peer-to-peer learning and exceptional networking opportunities for IT professionals. It allows them the ability to walk away with new ideas and tools, and is always a great time for both vendors and attendees alike. … Read More

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Friendly name filter

New Friendly Name Filter

New Friendly Name Filter Friends, everyone has them, the good ones, the bad ones, and the ones that you will wind up in a cell with after one too many. Friends share everything from deep dark secrets that they make … Read More

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Petya Ransomware

Petya Ransomware Takes Down Airports and Banks Around the Globe [UPDATED]

A new form of the ransomware similar to WannaCry is affecting businesses and organizations around the world. Starting in Ukraine, a strain of Petya ransomware has spread to France, the UK, Russia, Norway, Ukraine, India, and the US. As of … Read More

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IoT Ransomware – How Your Smart Home Is Vulnerable

IoT Ransomware Attack The popularity of Amazon’s Alexa, Google’s Home, and other home personal assistants has brought IoT devices to households around the world. The introduction of things like smart light bulbs and smart refrigerators have made life easier for … Read More

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