Most of the largest US voting districts are vulnerable to email spoofing
Only 5% of the largest voting counties in the U.S. are protected against email impersonation and phishing attacks, seen as a key attack method by hackers who officials say want to disrupt the upcoming presidential election.
Valimail offers US election boards, campaigns and voting vendors its email anti-spoofing service for free
TechCrunch writer Taylor Hatmaker covered Valimail’s offer to help secure the U.S. election infrastructure with our anti-spoofing product, Valimail Enforce. “As Valimail observes, spear phishing attempts in which an attacker tricks their target into opening a malicious email are a particular problem.”
Valimail makes it harder for hackers to impersonate your boss over email
TechCrunch’s Frederic Lardinois covered the launch of Valimail Defend, quoting Valimail CEO and co-founder Alexander García-Tobar as well as Vivek Raman, the director of engineering at Yelp, a Valimail customer. Lardinois writes: “Since a large number of security breaches rely on spoofed emails, preventing those kinds of scams is now something that many a company’s chief information security officer is […]