As DDoS attacks increase in power, Cloudflare expands its offerings
"It’s DDoS protection for any box, container or VM that connects to the internet," the company announced on Thurday. "Whether it runs email, file transfer or a custom protocol, it can now get the full benefits of Cloudflare."
Tax prep tools lag in DMARC implementation, advocacy group says
Half of the products tested are not using basic email spoofing protection, GCA says.
Feds upping their email security game in wake of DHS order
The number of federal agencies employing a security protocol that stops email spoofing has more than doubled since the Department of Homeland Security instituted a binding government-wide policy last month.
Wyden pushes Supreme Court to adopt email encryption standards that it currently doesn't use
The Senator from Oregon pushed the court to adopt STARTTLS encryption "to better protect the privacy and security of the Court's email communications."
A reminder for why government officials really shouldn't use personal email accounts
Agencies like the FBI, Secret Service and NSA have limited visibility into programs that are not developed or somehow customized internally for use by White House staff.
Email marketers call for stricter FTC rules on spam
Counter-intuitively, two coalitions of online and email marketing companies are calling for the FTC to tighten restrictions on spam.