Research reveals that the vast majority of the 401 companies exhibiting at Infosecurity Europe are failing to protect their own email domains from fraudsters...

If there's one thing that you learn from walking the floor at the Infosecurity Europe exhibition, it's that everyone has an answer to the problem that is information insecurity. If there's one thing that Red Sift, a data-driven cyber-security company, learned from an analysis of the 401 companies exhibiting there it's that most of them are failing to protect their own domains from falling victim to email impersonation. Given that email is the most common mechanism employed during the initial attack phase by the vast majority of threat actors, phishing often uses trusted brands as leverage, and you don't get much more trusted than a security vendor, this is worrying news indeed. Read more..