A week in security (May 25 – 31)

Last week on Malwarebytes Labs, we published our most recent episode of our podcast Lock and Code, providing an in-depth discussion on web browser privacy, looked at the membership bump for the Coalition against Stalkerware, and dug into EDR solutions. We also looked at twists added to the threat scene by Maze Ransomware. Other cybersecurity news Breach affects major service provider: A … [Read more...]

The Proper Privacy Regulations TeleHealth Needs Right Now

When the average American thinks of March, the first thing that pops into their mind is the beginning of spring. Unfortunately, in March 2020, life as we know it has changed completely due to COVID 19. While only essential employees are allowed to continue work as usual (with additional regulations), anyone and everyone who is … The post The Proper Privacy Regulations TeleHealth Needs Right … [Read more...]

Are you experiencing disruptions with MDaemon or Security Gateway?

UPDATE: This issue has been resolved. Please restart MDaemon or Security Gateway. If you are currently experiencing a disruption with MDaemon or Security Gateway, please disable (uncheck) “Outbreak Protection.” We are working with Cyren to fix the issue. MDaemon users can disable this feature via Security | Outbreak Protection. Security Gateway users can disable this feature via … [Read more...]

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update for Customers and Partners

At MDaemon Technologies, the health and safety of our employees, customers and partners is our primary concern. As a global technology company, we are monitoring the developments of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic very closely. Our entire staff is trained and participates in our remote workforce program and we are committed to providing seamless support to our customers’ business … [Read more...]

One Small Step for SASE: Perimeter 81 Lands at RSA 2020

After a record-breaking and thought provoking 2020 RSA conference, we’re excited to gush about Perimeter 81’s successes and reminisce on the latest security trends – not to mention the adventures we had in sunny San Francisco.  While it will be impossible to cover all that was discussed during the countless visits to our (literally) stellar … The post One Small Step for SASE: Perimeter … [Read more...]

Employers See Rising Number of Remote Workers During Corona Scare

In late January, the World Health Organization declared the Coronavirus outbreak an international health emergency, stressing that for the time being, it is not a pandemic, but an epidemic. However, since the initial outbreak, the virus has spread across the world, with 70 countries impacted and over 90,000 reported cases. While people think coronavirus is … The post Employers See Rising … [Read more...]

Microsoft is Ending Support for Windows 7. Here’s how to Move MDaemon and Security Gateway to the Latest OS

Today, Microsoft is ending support for Windows 7. And while MDaemon and Security Gateway continue to support Windows 7, it’s a good idea to consider updating your Windows installation or migrating to an updated system. Fortunately for MDaemon and Security Gateway users, moving to a new server isn’t a complicated process. Moving MDaemon to a New Server or OS Moving MDaemon to a new server using the … [Read more...]

Why Your Organization Needs to Become California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) Compliant

Over the past decade, organizations are getting familiar with the different new privacy laws being enforced by governments. In 2018, GDPR went into effect and we are seeing the huge impact this law has had on organizations when dealing with people’s personal data. Now, there’s another major regulation that just went into effect. On January … The post Why Your Organization Needs to Become … [Read more...]

Year in Review – Our Top New Features of 2019

With 2019 coming to a close, I’d like to announce a few product updates. 2020 is going to be an exciting year for new features, but until then, we’ve made a few improvements in MDaemon, MDaemon Connector for Outlook, and Security Gateway for Email Servers. New Security Features Macro Detection in Email Attachments A common tactic used by scammers to distribute malware is to send emails containing … [Read more...]

Top 10 Security Experts You Should be Following in 2020

Data breaches and cybersecurity attacks tend to dominate the global headlines with the prominent details of the attack or hack. However, when looking for the bolts and nuts of a security breach, you need to know where and whom should you go for answers.  Twitter and different security blogs are the most popular places to … The post Top 10 Security Experts You Should be Following in 2020 … [Read more...]