There is no doubt 2020 was a very challenging year with unprecedented disruptions across the world. Businesses have experienced many challenges; including a mass move to remote working, the economic downturn, and exponential increases in cyber-crimes and attacks. Due to the impact of the pandemic, many industries have been challenged throughout the last year and some are still operating in crisis mode today. That aside, […]
If your concerned about email security, brand exploitation, or site spoofing attack read on. DMARC stands for Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance, and is a protocol for authenticating that an email received from a specific domain is legitimately using that domain and is not fraudulent. The DMARC email security protocol provides insight into any […]
Today’s cyber crims make a mockery of legacy security tech Since the escalation of the COVID-19 crisis in March, cyber-attacks across the world have risen sharply in number, reach and sophistication. Ransomware has become especially prevalent in parallel with an increase in so-called ‘big game’ hunting of especially large companies. Healthcare and telecommunications companies have […]
As Enablis has worked with key Australian Not for Profit clients for many years – when we ran our six-monthly customer satisfaction survey in June/July this year we wanted to support these clients in some way. We asked each survey respondent to nominate one of our valued Not For Profit customers to receive a $50 donation for their completed survey.
Enablis named as one of the world’s premier managed service providers on the prestigious 2020 annual Channel Futures MSP 501 rankings. The whole Enablis team is delighted to be acknowledged in a challenging business environment this year as one of the world’s leading Managed Service providers in the MSPmentor 501 Global Edition
Mimecast, Enablis email security partner, revealed in its latest 2020 email security report that the usual email and web security defences are no longer good enough. Mimecast commissioned a global survey of 1,025 IT decision makers to gain useful insights into their experiences and outlook on the current state of email security.