Best Practices For Protecting Against Phishing, Ransomware And Email Fraud

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Security teams and the organizations they support live in difficult times: they increasingly become the targets of sophisticated threats developed by a shadowy and well-financed cyber-crime industry that has demonstrated it can often outsmart even the most robust security defenses.

Cyber-criminals are aided by the fact that security teams often lack the human and financial resources necessary to keep pace, and so often cannot defend against the latest threats that are directed against them. Mistakes or intentional acts can result in the direct loss of sensitive data or corporate funds. This comprehensive report offers readers a close look at wide swathes of the security landscape – from user behavior and insider threats, to email filters, compliance measures and company culture. It relies on data from Osterman Research – gathered from a survey of organizations regarding their views on email security and numerous threats.

In this report, entitled “Best Practices for Protecting Against Phishing, Ransomware and Email Fraud,” you’ll learn:

  • The most common types of security threats organizations faced over the past year
  • How organizations currently defend against phishing, ransomware, BEC and other threats
  • Best practices organizations can follow to protect their users, data and finances

So, download this report today to view pertinent data on email-centric attacks, and to understand the current state of the complex and wholly temperamental threat landscape.