Email Security Awareness Training for Your Staff

May 13, 2022 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

RMail Recommends Provides Real In-The-Moment Training For Staff Without The Time It Takes To Train Them Throughout the year, many of us corporate worker bees are mandated to do some sort of online training (e.g. p-card use, harassment, etc.). The email comes in (tagged important of course), and we are given a few weeks to plan out a time in our busy working lives in which we can sit through 1-2 hours’ worth of videos and quizzes before we are allowed to view/print a certificate of co [...]

Tackling Business Email Compromise (BEC) Email Impostors

March 28, 2022 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

The RMail Domain Age Detector Alerts Senders Before They Reply to BEC Domain Lures Now that many of us are going back into the office (for now), some of those tried-and-true office quips are making a comeback. Ask your colleague how they’re doing, and they’ll say sarcastically, “living the dream.” Then there’s the one where your coworker asks, “hey, you working hard or hardly working?” Try not to groan. Then there’s the smart-aleck younger colleague who motions for you [...]

How to Prevent Business Email Compromise (BEC) Attacks

March 21, 2022 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

RMail’s Right Recipient Feature Helps Prevent BEC Attacks on Vulnerable Staff In honor of the return of baseball for the 2022 season, which was until recently in doubt due to a prolonged labor dispute, I’d like to revisit the now immortal words of one baseball’s most infamous managers. The man is Leo Durocher who managed the Brooklyn Dodgers 1939-46 with a stint in 1948. He is credited with coining the phrase, “nice guys finish last,” which has become a kind [...]

Automatically Erase Sensitive Content From an Email Thread After Recipient Reading

March 07, 2022 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

RSecurity, True Content Control for Those Embarrassing Email Moments Has something like this happened to you recently? You spend 45 mins composing a very well thought out email to your boss with plans and projections for the next quarter. You read through it for typos and other mistakes, double check the math on some KPIs and make sure it all flows together nicely. Satisfied with your work, you hit ‘send’ with a feeling of satisfaction. Then, you realize that you may have sent it f [...]

How to Get Prompts in Microsoft Outlook to Double Check Recipient Addresses

February 21, 2022 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

RMail’s RSecurity E-Security Suite Stops Whaling, BEC Attacks Before They Happen Seeing as it’s Friday, I thought I’d ask which of the following “facts” are actually common misconceptions: Twinkle Twinkle Little Star was composed by Mozart. Vikings wore horns on their helmets. Canada is north of the United States. A toilet's flush will change direction depending upon which hemisphere it is in. [...]

Send Encrypted Email Specially to Protect Against Wire Fraud

February 14, 2022 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

Will You Fall in Love with RSecurity? Last week, we touched on the emerging energy source of ‘hot plasma’ and how this could be a game-changer in providing clean energy with minimal environmental damage. Put succinctly, hot plasma could bring a world of free and limitless energy and render obsolete fossil fuels and certain types of nuclear power in one fell swoop if it lives up to its “fusion” hype. Hot plasma technology relies on nuclear fusion (not to be con [...]

RSecurity Solves the Three Main Challenges Not Addressed by Traditional Email Perimeter and Gateway Security Services

February 07, 2022 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

“Hot Plasma” is the Latest in E-Security Before I begin telling you about the most sophisticated new cyberthreat your organization will face in 2022 -- which by the way has a very dull name -- I thought I’d at least try and open with something that is more uplifting: Hot Plasma to Re-Invent E-Security (Environmental Security, that is). This good news is that we’ve had a breakthrough in Hot Plasma which could soon (in the next decade) power a world of electric [...]