Security Spam 2.0: New attacks, viruses and prevention strategies:
Messaging Security School
Spam 2.0: New attacks, viruses and prevention strategies
The proliferation of botnets and profit motives are spurring new spam 2.0 attack and virus techniques that are getting through filters and clogging inboxes. Learn about the innovative attack methods and how security professionals can stay on top of these emerging tricks.
About the author:
Michael Cobb is the founder and managing director of Cobweb Applications Ltd.
Video - This video examines the evolution of the content security gateway as it evolves beyond just blocking spam and Web filtering, emphasizing the techniques and technologies used to ensure data doesn't leave your organization.
Quiz - A five-question multiple-choice quiz to test your understanding of spam defense strategies presented by expert Michael Cobb in this lesson of SearchSecurity.com's Messaging Security School.
Tip - According to security expert Michael Cobb, the likelihood of your enterprise being compromised by a botnet is not a question of if, but when. In this Messaging Security School tip, Cobb discusses how spammers use botnets to corrupt enterprise systems,...
Podcast - In this featured podcast, Michael Cobb counts down the top 5 ways for your company to battle new and evolving spam threats, and discusses the pros and cons of current antispam technologies.