Results for email security

Business and Technology

Top 3 Reasons Email Security Should Be Top of Mind for Everyone

Learn more about why organizations should keep email security top of mind as they migrate to cloud environments.

By David FingerJuly 10, 2019

Business and Technology

What Holiday Shopping Reminded Me About Email Security

This week, SE Labs released results for its new 2018 Email Security Services group test and Fortinet’s FortiMail Secure Email Gateway solution was given a top AAA rating.

By David FingerDecember 14, 2018

Business and Technology

The Why and How of Advanced Email Security

In FortiMail 6.0 a deep integration with FortiMail appliances, SaaS and public cloud options continues to play a key role in an organizations defense.

By David FingerJune 25, 2018

Business and Technology

FortiMail 6.0 Keeps Organizations Ahead of Evolving Email Threats

Fortinet just announced the availability of a major release (v6.0) of our FortiMail Secure Email Gateway that includes advanced features specifically designed to address the growing volume of increasingly sophisticated email-based attacks, including social-engineering-based attacks.

By David FingerMay 29, 2018

Business and Technology

Closing the Sandbox Generation Gap

Changing times call for evolved security. 7 reasons why next-generation sandboxing is a requisite.

By Damien LimMay 24, 2018

Industry Trends

The Darkweb and Tax Season

It seems like every season has an angle that hackers and scammers use to prey on unsuspecting individuals. We just managed to make it through the holiday season and now we are besieged with people trying to take advantage of us during tax season.

By Aamir Lakhani April 09, 2018

Industry Trends

How Federal Agencies Can Use FortiMail to Comply with BOD-18-01

On October 16th, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced its intention to have all federal agencies revamp their email security protocol. The Binding Operational Directive (BOD-18-01) will require all federal agencies to deploy STARTTLS, Secure Policy Framework (SPF), Domain Keys Identified Mail (DKIM), and Domain-based Message Authentication Reporting and Conformance (DMARC) within three months of the directive’s announcement. While having these email security features enabled is generally considered to be a cybersecurity...

By Felipe FernandezOctober 30, 2017

Business and Technology

FortiMail named IDC Email Security Leader

As a product manager, the start of the year is a time to take a few breaths and reflect on the successes or failures of the past year and plan for future projects.  When we have invested so much effort into our products, we know their strengths, but spending so much time in such close proximity to a solution can also make one a bit blinkered. Which is why it is always important to get outside opinions on your progress as a sanity check. Of course, customer feedback is essential, and always very welcome, but it was particularly satisfying to...

By Carl WindsorMarch 15, 2017

Threat Research

SPF, DKIM, and DMARC: Acronym Soup or Useful Email Security?

Spam has been an constant and chronic problem since the early days of the internet.  The first unsolicited mass e-mailing (later termed SPAM) was sent on May 1, 1978 by Gary Thuerk of Digital Equipment Corp (DEC) advertising the VAX T-series to 400 of the then 2600 ARPAnet users. The SMTP protocol we still use today for emailing, grew out of these early mail protocols used in ARPANET (Postel RFC788 and RFC821) in the early 1980's, and has changed relatively little since.  From its inception, the SMTP protocol had little (no)...

By Carl WindsorSeptember 09, 2016