February 2nd, 2016
If you thought the spam problem was going away, think again. According to Securelist, “email traffic in Q1 2015 saw a considerable increase in the number of new domains that sent out spam,” and their numbers show that spam still makes up close to 60 percent of all email traffic. Companies who find themselves drowning in spam quickly realize how much it hurts their business. There is are costs associated from a loss of productivity as users pick through junk emails, there are legal issues associated with employees receiving offensive emails and of course there are security threats that come from malicious email messages. So how do you stop email spam in your company? By using the right technologies and by leveraging your users.