The State of Email Security 2022
As Mimecast’s sixth annual State of Email Security report makes clear, businesses around the world continued to find themselves in the crosshairs of a torrent of new cyberattacks. In 2021, the cyber threat landscape in country after country became more treacherous, not less. Download this report to see why 2021 was the worst year on record for cybersecurity, as illuminated by 1,400 global IT deci...
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Resources to help you protect your business from email-based threats such as phishing, spam, malware, and ransomware.
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How to Respond to the 2022 Cyberthreat Landscape
As per Gartner®, organizations face new threats as they prepare for the future of work and accelerate their digital transformations. Gartner’s advice will help security and risk management leaders continually refine their strategy to combat top threats, high-momentum threats, and emerging threats. Despite continued investments in cybersecurity, the threat landscape remains challenging, with digit...
Episode #8, Season 3 of Phishy Business: Quantum Computing: Qubits, Algorithms, and Cybersecurity
Just how cybersecurity doesn’t just impact organizations, but is something that every user should be thinking about, quantum computing is going to have a wide-reaching impact on many aspects of life. Special guests Duncan Jones, Head of Content Cybersecurity at Cambridge Quantum, and Dr. Francis Gaffney, Director of Mimecast Labs & Future Operations, do their best to take a concept that can be in...
The State of Email Security in U.S. Public Administration
Cybercriminals have targeted state and local governments far more than most organizations. In 2022, their security teams are regrouping with an influx of pandemic recovery funds. Still, agencies wonder how far the money will go in reinforcing public services, infrastructure and citizen data against attacks that show no sign of stopping. The SOES Public Administration report shows that some progre...