IM SPAM, called SPIM, is just as annoying as the email variety. There are several things you can do to protect yourself and your users.
Need to publish OWA securely, while at the same time making it easy on your users to access webmail? Here’s how.
Epsilon’s data breach will probably lead to a surge in spear phishing attacks…is it worth changing your email address to avoid this?
SharePoint can generate a lot of email, and email admins may be called in when SharePoint has problems sending those messages. This is a crash course for the email admin who has to troubleshoot SharePoint’s messaging.
Security breaches at an outsource provider expose customer email address for hundreds of companies.
Gmail has some great security tips for using their service, which can be adapted to your own.
Using egress filters to block SMTP is an effective way to protect your corporate network from landing on a DNSBL, and should be considered a best practice.
Outlook 2010 can reveal the SMTP headers of a message, providing useful troubleshooting information.
Pwn2Own 2011 uncovered several things enterprises should address, including a vulnerability in Blackberries that should be addressed quickly.
Microsoft’s Digital Crimes Unit took down the Rustock botnet, greatly reducing the amount of SPAM on the Internet today.