British Airways could have avoided its £183 million GDPR fine. Here’s how

  • 23 - July 2019
  • Elad Schulman

British Airways has been ordered to pay a record £183.4 million fine ($230 million) after a data breach compromised the personal details of more than half a million of their customers. Starting as ...

  • 27 - June 2019
  • Elad Schulman

A New Feature on Your Dashboard

Gain Deeper Visibility with Segasec’s Replication Details   Customers with eagle eyes may hav...

  • 17 - June 2019
  • Elad Schulman

5 Reasons Why ‘Inside the Firewall’ Protection Just Isn’t Enough for Phishing Prevention

Many businesses focus on protecting their networks and data centers by deploying security solutions ...

  • 07 - May 2019
  • Elad Schulman

Your eMail security solution falls short without intelligence into your external perimeter

While email security is a strong doorman, what is protecting your prized assets when they are not in...

  • 11 - April 2019
  • Elad Schulman

What Can We Learn from the Recent Verizon Customer-Facing Phishing Attack?

Many companies focus their anti-phishing education and security solutions on employee phishing scams...

  • 27 - March 2019
  • Elad Schulman

It’s Not Just About Retail: The Growing Risk of Phishing Scams on Education Agencies

Cyber-crime and education may not seem like an obvious problem. Yet, new research from the K-12 Cybe...

  • 15 - March 2019
  • Elad Schulman

Following up from RSA 2019: What’s the Role of Law Enforcement in Consumer Phishing Scams?

‘Trust’ was one of the topics on everyone’s lips at RSA 2019, and who should we trust more than our ...