Fifteen Years is a Long Time to Fly the Same Flag

  Show me a logo that stood for a business for fifteen years and I’ll show you a great company. I’m proud to call Return Path a great company, of course, and I couldn’t be more proud of the way our logo represented us since 2000. Return Path has evolved and grown in ways we couldn’t imagine back then, but always under the same flag.   Today for the first time in our history we’re flying a new... Continue »

Hook, Line & Sinker: Protecting data against malicious phishing attacks

IT security stories are becoming more and more prevalent in the news. We are seeing hacking, data theft and the importance of data protection crowding the news agenda daily. Email marketing remains one of the most valuable internet services however it is extremely vulnerable and therefore prone to malicious attacks.  These attacks that seek to obtain sensitive data can cause major damage to... 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 »

Orange Partners with Return Path to Maximise its Subscribers’ Email Experience

As a global telecommunications operator active in more than 20 countries worldwide, Orange is a trusted brand that has always viewed its consumer email service as a private medium that must be protected and optimised. The company decided today to continue strengthening its strategy to offer a rich and innovative user experience on its email platform, through the Return Path Certification... 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 »