When it comes to stealing valuable data, such as employee access credentials or customer financial information, cybercriminals' creativity seems to know no bounds, and email privacy systems are often forced into a reactive position. Here are two ways cyberattackers are getting past email privacy defenses in order to make off with your data—and how you can defend against them.

2 Ways Cyberattackers Are Leapfrogging Email Privacy Defenses

Here are two ways cyberattackers are getting past email privacy defenses in order to steal your data, and how you can defend against them.
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Advanced threat protection is a double-edged sword. Initially, it must keep out any and all malicious threats. But should those defenses be breached, it must also ensure that sensitive data can't be extracted, and that threat protections can’t be further compromised.

How Advanced Threat Protection Keeps the Bad Out and the Good In

Find out how advanced threat protection keeps the bad out and the good in.
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Despite the rapidly approaching July 14, 2015 end-of-support date for Windows Server 2003, a large number of organizations have not yet upgraded their server operating systems. These organizations present numerous business opportunities to VARs prepared to guide them through a last-minute Windows server migration. Keep the following pain points in mind to make the process as smooth as possible.

Top Trend: Solving The Windows Server Migration Pain Points

Here are some tips to solving windows server migration pain points.
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