Webinar: 2014 Email Retrospective & Predictions for 2015

Over recent year’s it’s become somewhat of a tradition that at the beginning of the New Year we look back at some of the most notable developments in the year just past. Together with Dale Langley our Senior Email Consultant, I will aim to predict the email game changers in 2015. We hope you can join us for our “2014 email retrospective and 2015 predictions” webinar on 4 February at 1pm GMT/2pm... Continue »

Sony Hack Spotlights Vulnerabilities: A Review of the Threat Landscape

FBI director James Comey recently reaffirmed the agency’s initial position, attributing the late December attacks on Sony Pictures Entertainment to North Korea. Some are already speculating that all out state-sponsored cyber warfare is just around the corner. However, this isn’t the first time Sony’s systems have been compromised, and government elements are rarely identified as instigators of... Continue »

Return Path Global Security Network Welcomes Email Filtering Innovator Vade Retro

Return Path Global Security Network Welcomes Email Filtering Innovator Vade Retro Graymail management specialist and Europe’s leading email filtering provider joins Trusted Cooperative Network to fight spam and email security threats NEW YORK – January 13, 2014 – Return Path today announced that Vade Retro, graymail management specialist and Europe’s leading email filtering provider, has joined... Continue »

The Most Read Return Path Blog Posts of 2014

2014 was in most aspects an extension of 2013, but the knob has been cranked up. Google continued innovating the inbox with the release of a pinterest-like inbox called Gmail Grid View, and a brand new email client called simply Inbox by Gmail, that not only bring Gmail more into the mobile age, but also it also follows their Material design principles. Gmail also began to offer a feedback loop... Continue »

Email Fraud Protection Needs to be on the CISO’s Agenda

We recently attended a CISO Summit in Scottsdale, AZ where I had the pleasure to deliver a keynote address on the topic of "Protecting the Email Channel, Your Customers and Your Brand". As part of my presentation, I noted that Return Path has analyzed the sending domains of the Fortune 500 and found that only 10% of those companies have adopted a DMARC record of any sort (much less, a DMARC reject... Continue »