In a world full of spamming, phishing and other fraudulent behavior, even the most battle-tested spam investigators are hard-pressed to assess whos to blame and whos been framed.
Achieving deliverability, otherwise known as getting email delivered to a users inbox in a timely and fully-functional fashion, is both an art and a science.
Undertaking the sometimes daunting task of deploying authentication provides a great excuse for IT managers to begin tackling the sprawling beast that is today's modern corporate email infrastructure.
A new survey shows that more than half of businesses now use an email authentication scheme. Those that dont are starting to lose a competitive advantage.
Certain email snafus can be fatal to the effectiveness of a company's entire email strategy and can tarnish the goodwill associated with their good name.
If you manage email systems and arent familiar with DKIM, you may still have time to learn about it. But you dont have the luxury of ignoring it.
A new security service promises a shorter airport check-in, but an expert user isnt thrilled by it.
What happens in Las Vegas stays in Las Vegas, unless it spotlights how companies are tearing down the last remaining personal data protections.
The author reports on the recent FTC "Spam Summit," and contrasts it with a similar event he attended ten years ago.
A new report claims Google has an entrenched hostility to privacy. Does the search giant need a Chief Privacy Officer?
New recommendations, and some that fall into the should have been done correctly in the first place category.
As the federal government moves more of its tax filing and preparation process online, several dangers loom, argues a security expert.
A security expert argues that in the wake of the HP case, we must face a shocking truth: sometimes invasion of privacy is merely a petty crime.
An endless series of meaningless choices does not equal privacy, argues a security expert. Nor will they equal security for Vista.
Ever wonder what mistakes are in your medical records? Even worse: fraudsters are using these mistaken records to con the healthcare system.
American businesses lobbying for lax security regulations should look at Europes example to see the economic value of tighter rules.
Is your company violating spam laws like Yesmail did? Even an unwitting violation can result in a fine.
In the rush to ride the Web 2.0 wave, too many companies are ignoring the fundamentals of security and privacy.
There always will be executives whose propensity for sniveling pettiness will drive them to do stupid things.
AOL's recent stumble publicly debunks any myths about the protective power of anonymizing search data.
If may seem as if there is more data theft today than ever, but impressions -- and high-profile media coverage -- can be deceiving.
Before consumers and businesses can entrust valuable data to an online service like Google Spreadsheets, privacy and security questions must be answered.
If there are any heroes to emerge from the NSA phone-data case, among them may be Qwest's lawyers for standing firm against government officials.
eSecurityPlanet Columnist Ray Everett-Church says the case against Datran Media serves as a good warning. Knowingly buying an ill-gotten email list could leave you liable.
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