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Federal Government: Revolutionizing Endpoint Security in a Zero Trust Environment

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“Don’t Surf, Don’t Click!” The Better Way to Access Websites and Download Files

Now, more than ever, you have to trust your workforce. To support remote teams, organizations are making greater use of web-based applications, systems, and content portals. But trust alone isn’t enough to keep employees—and the organization—safe. Webpages carry risk of malware delivered through browser exploits, and can flip from good to bad in an instant....
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APAC Webinar: Why Ransomware Still Works & Prevention – Not Detection – is Best

The first ransomware attack occurred in 1989. In 2020, more than 30 years later, why is ransomware still such a common issue? Despite adopting various technologies and security solutions, attacks are still taking place—and they are getting more severe. In fact, the average ransomware payment has increased 104% in Q4 of 2019 and business interruption...
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What’s in that Malicious File? A File Dissection Event

Organizations receive malicious files from emails, web uploads, and content-sharing platforms daily. File-borne attacks are on the rise and 40%-60% of malicious files evade and breach existing security defenses to end up in your inboxes, on your platforms, and in your network. We want you to send us those files. Seriously. Forward malicious files to...
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How FedEx, UPS & DHL Customers were Tricked by an Advanced Phishing Campaign

Just a few months ago, Votiro discovered a cleverly disguised, multi-stage phishing campaign targeted UPS, FedEx, and DHL customers. In the webinar How FedEx, UPS & DHL Customers were Tricked by an Advanced Phishing Campaign, Votiro Director of Engineering, Rich Hosgood, dissects the UPS, FedEx, and DHL emails and Excel Attachments and explains: What made...
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Webinar: How FedEx, UPS & DHL Customers were Tricked by an Advanced Phishing Campaign.