Domain spoofing: What is it and how does it work?

November 11th, 2020

According to Techopedia.com, spoofing is “a fraudulent or malicious practice in which communication is sent from an unknown source disguised as a source known to the receiver.” On the internet, three things are the most commonly spoofed: emails, IP addresses, and domains.

Graphus Named in 2020 Gartner Market Guide for Email Security

November 11th, 2020

Graphus has been named in the 2020 Gartner Market Guide for Email Security. This year, the phishing protection software was named a representative vendor for Integrated Email Security Solution (IESS).

“We believe Graphus’s inclusion in this year’s Gartner Email Market Guide as an IESS demonstrates the sophistication of our product to help a growing number of MSPs and SMBs protect their organizations against email-based cyberattacks,” said Manoj Srivastava, Co-Founder of Graphus and Head of Email Security Practice, Kaseya.

Real-world spear phishing cautionary tales

October 14th, 2020

Imagine your bank telling you that your online account was hacked and that you had to reset your access credentials. You click on the link provided in the email, and it leads you to a spoofed password reset page. Without checking if the email actually came from your bank, you go ahead and enter your current credentials to reset your password.

US SMBs need to know these email security statistics and facts

October 8th, 2020

Most likely due to their sharp focus in making their small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) grow, business owners and managers are likely to view email only as a communication tool. That is, they tend to not think about the dangers of using email — or if they do, they just shrug these off as the problems of much larger corporations.

4 Reasons why your business needs email security

September 29th, 2020

Email is one of the most popular channels for business communications, but it’s also a favorite target for cybercriminals. Inadequately secured accounts give malicious parties an open door into a wealth of sensitive data and mission-critical systems, even if your employees aren’t in the habit of sending highly confidential information via email.

5 Costly phishing attacks in recent history

September 23rd, 2020

Phishing scams have been around for quite a while now, but they continue to be among the most successful cyberattack methods. Verizon’s 2019 Data Breach Investigations Report reveals that phishing is the “threat action variety” most likely to cause a breach.

10 Common phishing emails to watch out for

September 2nd, 2020

Previously, we talked about phishing and its four common types: spear phishing, whaling, clone/deceptive phishing, and CEO fraud. In this blog, we’ll tackle 10 phishing emails that cybercriminals commonly use to trick users. While SMS, voice calls, and websites can also be used for phishing, we’ll focus on email since 96% of phishing attacks arrive by email.

Kaseya Boosts IT Complete Security Suite with Acquisition of Graphus, Industry-Leading Automated Phishing Defense Platform

August 24th, 2020

Latest acquisition advances Kaseya’s IT Complete platform of tightly integrated, best-in-class, cost-effective, IT infrastructure and security management solutions for MSPs and SMBs

New York and Miami — August 24, 2020 — Kaseya®, the leading provider of IT infrastructure and security management solutions for managed service providers (MSPs) and small to medium sized businesses (SMBs), today expanded the capabilities of its award-winning IT Complete platform by acquiring and integrating Graphus®, a powerful automated phishing defense platform.

How will spam filters benefit my business?

August 17th, 2020

Before we can answer this question, we must first understand why spam emails are bad for businesses in the first place. Spam is unsolicited or unwanted electronic messaging (usually in the form of email advertisements) that is blasted to lots of people.

3 Effective ways to prevent account takeover attacks

July 23rd, 2020

Year after year, the number of reported data breaches keeps soaring. In fact, 8.4 billion records were exposed in the first quarter of 2020 alone, which is a 273% jump from the 4.1 billion records exposed in the first half of 2019. However, despite these alarming statistics, many users continue to have poor cyber hygiene habits, such as reusing passwords across multiple accounts.