Case Study: Zynga

Converting to 1024-bit DKIM

Nov. 8, 2012 / By Mike Hillyer

By now, just about everyone in the email/messaging/Internet world has heard about Zachary Harris, the mathematician in Florida who uncovered the fact that Google corporate was using weak 512-bit encryption in its email...

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Email Security Tips for Dangerous Times

Feb. 24, 2012 / By David Weiss

Over the last five years, U.S. banks and corporations lost about $15 billion to cybercrime. BtoB magazine offers tips on safe and secure messaging, your first and best defense against today's cyberattacks.

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Toward More Secure Messaging: 8 Points for CMOs

Feb. 14, 2012 / By Barbara Burlington

These are the things that worry me if the breaches continue. They jeopardize our ability to generate revenue and build customer relationships as CMOs, putting our individual and collective success at serious risk.

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The Year of the Breach

Oct. 26, 2011 / By Dave Lewis

One of the main topics for discussion at last week’s OTA Forum in Washington D.C. was the rash of security breaches targeting ESPs over the past year.

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Right and Wrong Lessons From Recent Data Breaches

Apr. 26, 2011 / By Dave Lewis

My friend Ken Magill has been right to call out some of the over-the-top (arguably stupid) assertions made around the Epsilon breach. But there’s another category of statements that offend my sensibilities – those that take this unfortunate incident and an issue core to the well-being of our industry — customer trust — and twist them to their competitive advantage. Or try to, anyway.

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Breaches and Consequences: Thoughts On A Way Forward for the Email Community – Part 1

Apr. 18, 2011 / By Dave Lewis

There’s been a lot of ink spilled recently regarding data breaches among the email service provider community. Some comments I’ve found to be well-reasoned and constructive while others to be alarmist (even borderline irresponsible) or drilldowns on side issues that don’t really matter much at this point. But what concerns me most are the voices that minimize what’s happening.

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