Employees using their company emails for personal activities poses both marketing and corporate security risks, SailPoint Technologies reports.
Consumers prefer to do business with companies that make authentication safe and simple and safe, according to 81% of consumers surveyed by CMO Council and Business Performance Innovation Network.
This frustration can cause consumers to search for brands that offer a different type of digital verification process.
Microsoft today reported yet another large-scale email system hack. This attack comes on the heels of several other breaches including SolarWinds, Ubiquiti, and the Colonial Pipeline.
Racial sensitivity and brand safety were the focus of major changes in the ad industry in 2020, which will manifest in the ways consumers bond with brands in 2021.
GHunt analyzes a person's name, Google ID, YouTube channel and services like Photos and Maps.
Consumers are finally paying attention to how brands use their data and many distrust how it is used. KPMG surveyed 1,000 North American consumers to learn more on how they feel about data privacy.
The survey reveals consumers still agree data privacy is important, but now they want companies to take significant steps to better protect, manage and ethically use their data.
During the first month of lockdown, people in 49 of 85 countries experienced slower mobile internet speeds and people in 44 countries experienced slower broadband speeds, a study released Tuesday
finds. * Scandinavia is a subregion in Northern Europe, with strong historical, cultural, and linguistic ties.
Security researchers have discovered a new version of the ComRAT malware that is being used by the Russian hacker group Turla. It is controlled through the Gmail web interface.
"Love Island" host Caroline Flack has taken over from Kim Kardishian to become the most dangerous tv celebrity to search for, according to research from McAfee. "The Independent" reveals the
television show presenter is the most likely celebrity to have search results infiltrated by rogue operators eager to attract unsuspecting web users to their malware-infested sites.
Over half of those surveyed say GDPR was more difficult to implement than they expected, the Ponemon Institute finds.
Dentsu finds that only 41% feel their personal information is safe. And many have tried to reduce their online footprint.
The news comes as the so-called first hack of the year -- of government employees in Australia -- has occurred.
Shoppers worry about more about their SSNs being exposed than they do about email, a First Data study finds.
The report says only 29% of firms are taking significant steps to prevent email phishing attacks and 21% are taking no steps at all.
The C-level suite is most likely to pass on infected email attachments -- and are seen as a weak link, Mimecast reports.
One source says EFAIL is the end of email as a secure channel. The global alarm bells are ringing. But is it a real threat?
Only 4.6% of the leading Chinese brands employ DMARC, limiting their global email marketing growth.
Almost 90% of all companies endured email fraud attempts in fourth-quarter 2017. And almost 80% expect to see one in the next 12 months, Proofpoint reports.