Though you may never have heard of Sender Policy Framework (SPF), DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM), and email-authentication protocols, the people making sure the emails you receive are safe are quite familiar with them.
Online, or real-time, transactional fraud detection systems have recently created quite the buzz in the info security industry.
Biometric technology has long been touted as the replacement for traditional passwords, and many security researchers are investing in research into the technology.
Recently, we have seen a huge boom around the field of deep learning; it is currently being implemented in a wide variety of fields, from driverless cars to product recommendation.
Signal System 7 (SS7) is the standard signaling language used to send text messages (SMS) around the world. The technology has been employed in various communication channels for almost 40 years
Since last Friday, over 200,000 victims in 150 countries have been hit by a massive, international ransomware cyberattack called WannaCry.
Many new email tracking services have emerged over the past few years. These services help marketing teams determine if their email marketing campaigns have been successful by analyzing the number of opened emails and user click-throughs.
Easy Solutions data scientists, including the author of this article, will present extensive research on the use of deep neural networks to detect phishing sites.
BankBot, a very simple and spiteful Trojan, has been targeting Android devices since 2016. Now it’s back, and it’s stronger than ever. This particular Trojan is well-known thanks to its
Email authentication is a pillar to effective digital threat protection, but it shouldn’t stand alone. The latest example solidifying the need to go beyond authenticating emails comes from an attack leveraging the United States Postal Service (USPS) brand.