Why try to trick a system when you can just fool the user?
Showing the world who your management team are, what they look like and what their contact details are helps hackers with social engineering attacks
Firms must take ransomware threat seriously as crooks look for big paydays from unsuspecting victims
Crooks cashing in so firms must be ready to react, says Mimecast
Mimecast uncovers the various methods used by new scam to steal your personal data and credit card information
Down, down, down again?
An analysis by Mimecast reveals what's going on in a new phishing attack designed to steal credit card details
Steve Jobs tried to make email 'a walled garden' in the 1980s, reveals inventor of email file attachment
"I realised that was not the way it should go" says open sourcer Nathaniel Borenstein
Computing's research reveals phishing is the top threat to businesses, and is increasing in severity, while attacks use novel methods to make potential victims feel comfortable before sending their payloads
Policy and governance tips to be revealed in next Wednesday's web seminar
Orlando Scott-Cowley, cyber security strategist at Mimecast, exhorts IT professionals to examine the layers of protection they have in place against weaponised email attachments
And email is still the path of least resistance
Mimecast's Orlando Scott-Cowley discusses the ways that CIOs can raise cyber security awareness by using new, unexpected methods to catch employees' attention
Further Office 365 and Azure outages 'could have a detrimental impact on the running of the country' warns Mimecast
Customers should avoid putting all eggs in one basket, says Exchange partner
Budget for security, big data and cloud on the up - and data scientists
Use employees' social media profiles to show them how easy it is to obtain their data, says Orlando Scott-Cowley
It's arguably a case of not if, but when your organisation will be targeted by hackers. How can you prepare for the damage an attack might do?
'The time was right,' Mimecast CEO Bauer tells Computing
Some organisations are already jumping onto the wearable technology bandwagon, but are they opening up a new way in for cyber criminals? Danny Palmer investigates.
Google and Microsoft solutions particularly desirable, says infrastructure manager Jayson Dudley