Armand here again—this time from Langley, VA, home of the US Central Intelligence Agency. Why am I hanging out near the HQ of the world’s foremost spy organization? To make a point about how cybercrime vs cybersecurity is very much a cat and mouse, spy vs. spy affair.
Armand, here again. As RPost’s product evangelist, I’m thrilled to be here in Hong Kong to kick off the Year of the Dragon in 2024.
The pandemic lockdown that forced us all to work-from-home was a true shock to the system for most people who hadn’t worked a full day via videoconferencing.
A few months ago, we at Tech Essentials unveiled a new AI security technology by RMail that analyzes vast amounts of ever-changing data sets to hunt for cybercriminals in real time; cybercriminals who are actively eavesdropping on email which is a precursor to luring people into paying fake invoices or worse (read more).
AI talk is everywhere, seemingly all blending together. AI, or artificial intelligence is aimed at mimicking the human brain.
Dr. Suess created that grey fuzzy-haired creature many years ago, the Grinch, who stole Christmas. While not quite as cute and fuzzy as the Grinch, today’s cybercriminals are posing as a similar sounding nefarious activity, the Glitch.
Consider this when you’re driving to the beach this Labor Day Weekend…I was driving on the freeway the other day ALONE, in my wife’s car, listening to music on the radio.
Mis-sending emails has been a problem since the dawn of email. We’ve all been there. You ‘replied all’ instead of to a single, intended recipient.
A quick program note for our regular readers: we’re interrupting our scheduled series on the best-in-class, scalable eSignature software that is RSign so that we can address some important current economic events…
You may be barricaded inside the best of (fire)walls, but you could still be exposed by your recipients’ nostalgia for their memorable passwords. Joseph Heller, author of Catch 22, famously wrote that “just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean they aren’t after you.” Many Generation Xers out there may recall that Kurt Cobain also used this […]
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