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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 […]

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Russian hack targeting senator makes me want to break up with email

Cnet’s Laura Hautala wrote about the recent spate of attacks on Senate staffers, quoting Valimail CEO Alexander García-Tobar: “It turns out impersonation is both the easiest and most common way that people get tricked on email.”

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6.4 Billion Fake Emails Sent Each Day

New data on email threats in the first half of 2018 shows that some 6.4 billion emails sent each day worldwide are fake, Dark Reading reports, picking up on Valimail’s Q2 email fraud report.

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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.”

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