Discover the best practices for securing your email communications with DMARC and its importance in preventing email fraud and phishing attacks.
Having an on-premise mail server has many benefits in the areas of security, control, compliance, customization, and cost. Today, we focus on the security benefits.
When it comes to email and collaboration services, businesses have more choices beyond Microsoft Exchange or Microsoft 365. While these options may be popular choices, they may not be the best fit for your business. Consider MDaemon Email Server, a powerful Microsoft Exchange alternative that includes all of the email and collaboration features businesses need, without the added costs and headaches of a more complex email solution.
As cyber threats evolve, we face growing email security challenges. Hackers and cyber criminals relentlessly continue to attack businesses as users continue to fall for email scams. That’s why we must continue to be aware of the best practices for securing our email.
We’re excited to announce the release of MDaemon 23. This latest version of the trusted email server software includes highly-anticipated enhancements for integration with GMail and Microsoft 365, as well as administrative and usability improvements.
Did you know that over 80 percent of company data breaches are caused by poor passwords?
According to a recent study:
- Over 555 million passwords have been stolen by hackers in the last 5 years
- 44% of users reuse their passwords across personal and business-related accounts
- 31% of users have used their child’s name or birthday for their passwords
One of the biggest challenges for businesses is getting their users to use strong, unique passwords that are hard to guess, and this is made worse by the fact that users tend to reuse passwords across multiple accounts, making them an easier target for cybercriminals.
Tip: Click here to learn how to prevent MDaemon users from using passwords that have been found in a data breach
Threat actors are continuing their assault on businesses, individuals, and Managed Service Providers (MSPs) this year, and email is still the top vector. As your clients turn to you for secure services, you need to make sure you have the right email security solution in place to protect your customers.
These days, hackers are gaining access to increasingly sophisticated tools to steal your usernames and passwords, and they know that people continue to use weak passwords for banking, utilities, and much more. In fact, even in 2022, did you know the word “password” is still among the top ten most common passwords?
For hackers, it’s a numbers game. Three billion phishing emails are sent every day, but all they need is for one of them to find a willing victim and do damage to your network.
If you leave email security up to users, you’re in a world of trouble.