Given the multitude of severe security vulnerabilities already disclosed in 2018, it’s important to note that Sunday, January 14th, 2018 marked an important date in Windows operating system history.
Spoofed email, phishing, ransomware and malware have exponentially increased in the last few years thanks to more sophisticated technology - and our defenses against these attacks have become more sophisticated as well. However, with new attacks launched every day, no product is perfect and in the end it's up to the user to decide whether or not to act on what the email is asking for.
In today’s world, email has evolved into a critical communication method. We use email to communicate with our coworkers and business partners to conduct daily business. Email can also be used for other non-business related purposes such as direct marketing and SPAM. How can you tell the difference?