Red Sift have been shortlisted as the best IT Security of the Year alongside two other Security Providers. A Net Law Media event, the awards night takes place at the […]
Want to become a supplier to a government, or trade with a major multinational? You’ll likely find a lengthy list of requirements to comply with before you make it through the procurement process.
Cybercriminals have always exploited human weakness to successfully execute cyber attacks. Ask any vendor what the weakest link in the chain was 15 years ago and they’d offer the human up for sacrifice.
In 2018, only 9% of those vendors claiming to solve your cybersecurity woes and offering the best of class protection on the market, had protected their own domains with DMARC at a level sufficient to stop phishing attacks at the gateway or sweep to the spam folder.
Of the 401 exhibitors at Infosecurity Europe 2019, it is believed that just 13 percent had actually executed full DMARC protection successfully so as to stop potential phishing emails at the gateway.
The traditional banking sector has struggled to keep pace with the changing cyber threat landscape, in large part due to its ongoing reliance upon vast, sprawling and often archaic global IT systems.
The web has grown exponentially over the past 50 years but cybersecurity has been left behind.
Last Friday, when the afternoon was slowing in the office, an inadvertent GIF on Slack sparked some friendly debate about the right way to test…
Once upon a time, the brave and handsome king of Rubrum Colatorium decided to send his beautiful and wise queen a message from the battlefield. With enemies lurking all around, […]
This unique piece of research from Red Sift uncovered the fact that one-third of leading UK challenger banks have failed to implement a vital email protocol that protects consumers from […]